Line for iPad now available on AppStore

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Asian messaging giant Line, which has built a substantial business selling stickers and in-app games purchases to an engaged multi-million strong user-base of its free core app, has finally released a dedicated iPad app. It already had a desktop client, and multiple smartphone apps.

The Line iPad app is described as a “sub-device” for the smartphone version, so it’s not possible to create new Line accounts on the iPad. Rather the idea is to allow existing Line users to get access to their friend lists and previously purchased stickers when using Apple’s tablet.

The app is not as fully featured as Line on smartphones. At launch, Line for iPad is pure-play messaging only, so there’s no support for voice or video calls yet. But images, videos and voice messages can be shared within text chats. Line says it intends to add more features to the app in time.

The app requires iPads running iOS 7 or above. Some 16 languages are supported at launch, with Line dubbing it a global iPad app. Expanding onto another device type expands Line’s reach, while seeking to make the most of the larger screened iPads to amp up Line’s appeal in multitasking scenarios.

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The new Line for iPad app is sized at 27.9MB, and is compatible with iPad tablets running iOS 7.0 or later versions.

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Third-Party Khmer Keyboards on AppStore

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iOS 8 added support for third-party keyboards. Now iPhone and iPad users can finally swap out their keyboards and use some of the same keyboards available on Android devices. Swipe-to-type is now an option for iPhone users, too.

Apple also added a “QuickType” keyboard that offers next-word predictions above the keyboard. In the future, if there’s a cool new keyboard feature — like word predictions or swipe-to-type — you can install a third-party keyboard to get it immediately.

Get Third-Party Keyboards

First, you’ll need to install one or more third-party keyboards on your device. They’re just apps, and are available in the App Store like other apps.

Here are some of the keyboards Apple is featuring in the App Store for the iOS 8 launch:

  • iKeyKhmer (Free)

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iKeyKhmer is first Khmer custom keyboard on iOS 8 with prediction words. It brings Khmer custom keyboard 5 rows to iPhone/iPad.
Key Features: – 5 rows keyboard – Implements a Khmer dictionary prediction to match input with words. It’s not full Khmer Dictionary words. Now it has words until character “thor” – Delete key with hold to delete all similar to native keyboard – Arrow keys support to move cursors – Full support iPhone/iPad with both portrait and landscape mode – Support iPhone 6 / 6 Plus – AutoCaps supported -Requires iOS 8 or later -Best of all: it’s free.

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  • ttKeyboard (Free)

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ttKeyboard V1.2 is available on AppStore featuring the new Khmer Keyboard. ttKeyboard is design for all iOS 8 devices. From iPhone 4s to iPhone 6 Plus including all iPads.

In version 1.2

• Keyboard tap sound is included. ( Need ‘Full Access’ to work )
• Themes (Also need ‘Full Access’)
• Khmer Keyboard is now supported
• Long-press feature (Hold a key to type characters)

Page: https://www.facebook.com/ttkeyboard

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  • Khmer Smart Keyboard (Free)

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    By Saran Kong
    -Keyboard for Khmer language of Cambodia

    -Fast typing with flick gesture
    -Delete by swiping left
    -Change mode by swiping right

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  • CamTranslate (Free)

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A simple application allow you to translate from English to Khmer.
How to use:
1- Typing with keyboard or user camera to capture text.
2- Slide to another side, it will translate from English to khmer or Khmer to English.
3- Double tap on English text to start speaking.

Size: 42.4 MB

This app work on iPhone4s, 5 , 5S and iPod touch 5th run on iOS 8 only.

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  • Keyboard Khmer (USD 0.99)

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With this keyboard you can type or just swipe up and down to insert khmer characters.
How to setup this keyboard:
1-Install this keyboard
2-Go to Settings–>General–>Keyboard–>Keyboard–>Add New Keyboard–>iMonsterSoft-KhmerKB
3-Go to iMonsterSoft-KhmerKB–>Allow Full Access–>On–>Allow (Must allow)
Brought to you by iMonsterSoft.

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  • Black Keys (USD 0.99)

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Black Keys, a simple awesome design custom keyboard for un-supported languages and International Phonetic Alphabet.
Check your language in this list and download:
*IPA: IPA full and English IPA (new design and full of letters)

*Arabic group: Persian, Dari, Pashto,Sorani Kurdish, Aramic Kurdish, Uyghur

*Need to install font group: Aramaic Syriac, Amharic, Burmese, Coptic, Assyrian
Note: If your device update from iOS7 to iOS8 have some old setting, the keyboard not come up.
Please follow these steps for this group:
-Remove Black Keys
-Setting – General – Reset – Reset all setting
-Install Black Keys
-Add your keyboard and switch to it. Not install font before add Keyboard
-Install your custom font (only one font) and typing.

*Others: Khmer, Inuktitut, Georgian, Armenian, Sinhala, Lao, Kazakh, Nepali, Bangla, Gurmukhi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Kannada,Telugu, Oriya.

Please contact us on Facebook page if you have request or need support:

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Enable Third-Party Keyboards

To enable a new keyboard after installing it, you’ll need to head into Settings after installing it. Navigate to Settings > General > Keyboards > Keyboards. Tap Add a New Keyboard and select the keyboard you just installed.

You can enable multiple third-party keyboards here so you can easily switch between them later.

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Give a Keyboard Internet Access

To give a keyboard full Internet access — for example, allowing SwiftKey to synchronize your typing profile across all your devices — tap the name of the keyboard you added on the Keyboards screen and enable “Allow Full Access.”

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Apple Released iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3

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The third generation Apple iPad mini is official. It’s called just “iPad mini 3,” the Retina display is a given. Sorry if it took us a while to finish writing this news, we were looking for what’s changed in the new tablet. And we can tell you it’s not much – actually barely anything.

The iPad mini 3 screen keeps the size and resolution of its predecessor – 7.9″ and 1,536 x 2,048 pixels. But it’s not the thin, optically laminated, barely reflective screen of the iPad Air 2, instead it’s just the same panel. This also means that the iPad mini 2 isn’t thinner, it stays at 7.9mm and weighs the same.

The camera department remains unchanged – a 5MP iSight camera and an HD FaceTime camera. Same goes for connectivity, no Cat. 4 LTE or Wi-Fi 802.11ac. This is perhaps because the chipset is the old one, the Apple A7, so no performance upgrades are to be had here.

iPad Air 2

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The Apple iPad Air 2 is only 6.1mm, making it the thinnest tablet yet. It’s also now available in Gold as well as silver.

The tablet is powered by a custom Apple A8X chipset, which is a version made especially for the iPad family. The CPU is 40% faster, while the GPU is 2.5x faster than on the A7 chipset.

The TouchID fingerprint sensor from the iPhone is finally available on the iPad Air 2.

The screen on the iPad Air 2 is the same reslution as before, but now has a new anti-reflective coating, which reduces reflections off the screen up to 56%.

The iPad Air 2 has a 8MP F/2.4 camera and shoots 1080p video. The camera can take time-lapse videos, 120fps slow-mo videos and has burst mode. There is also a second mic to allow stereo audio recording, unlike the iPhone 6.

The front camera is updates as well. It has a new sensor, improved face detection and HDR videos.

Wi-Fi is faster now, with support for 802.11ac, MIMO antennas, rated at up to 866Mbps connection rate.

Battery life is kept the same at 10h just like last year.

The iPad Air 2 will be available in Silver, Space Gray and Gold.


ttKeyboard – Color Khmer keyboard for iPhone and iPad iOS8

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ttKeyboard V1.2 is available on AppStore featuring the new Khmer Keyboard. ttKeyboard is design for all iOS 8 devices. From iPhone 4s to iPhone 6 Plus including all iPads.

In version 1.2

• Keyboard tap sound is included. ( Need ‘Full Acce • Themes (Also need ‘Full Access’) • Khmer Keyboard is now supported • Long-press feature (Hold a key to type characters)

Page: https://www.facebook.com/ttkeyboard

Download: http://j.mp/ttkeyboard

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Color Keyboard Khmer by iMonsterSoft

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After 4khmeriphone team released Khmer Keyboard iOS8 work with all iOS Devices for free, Now iMonsterSoft team also released a new Khmer Third party Keyboard for iOS device on Appstore too. This new apps have colorful with 3 styles for chosen. It make your device really interesting. This app isn’t free and available on Appstore  with price $0.99.
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  • Price $0.99
  • Released: Oct 10, 2014
  • Version: 1.2
  • Size: 5.1 MB
  • Language: English
  • Seller: Ngov chiheang
  • This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
Keyboard Khmer iOS8:

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**How to setup this keyboard: 1-Install this keyboard 2-Go to Settings–>General–>Keyboard–>Keyboard–>Add New Keyboard–>iMonsterSoft-KhmerKB 3-Go to iMonsterSoft-KhmerKB–>Allow Full Access–>On–>Allow (Must allow)

 

**Support all iDevices **How to use this keyboard check the pictures.

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Appstore link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/keyboard-khmer/id921183242?ls=1&mt=8

Brought to you by iMonsterSoft.


iKeyKhmer – Khmer Keyboard for all iOS8 Devices

Now Khmer Keyboard for iPhone, iPad, iPod iOS8 allowed for free download in​ AppStore. By hardworking for 4khmeriphone team (https://www.facebook.com/4khmeriphone) Khmer keyboard work with all iOS8 Devices and in Landscape screen mode.

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  • Free
  • Released: 09 October 2014
  • Version: 1.0
  • Size: 13.0 MB
  • Developer: Sophorn Poch

Description: iKeyKhmer is first Khmer custom keyboard on iOS 8 with prediction words. It brings Khmer custom keyboard 5 rows to iPhone/iPad.

Key Features: – 5 rows keyboard – Implements a Khmer dictionary prediction to match input with words. It’s not full Khmer Dictionary words. Now it has words until character “thor” – Delete key with hold to delete all similar to native keyboard – Arrow keys support to move cursors – Full support iPhone/iPad with both portrait and landscape mode – Support iPhone 6 / 6 Plus – AutoCaps supported -Requires iOS 8 or later -Best of all: it’s free.

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HOW TO INSTALL 1. Go to Settings —> General —> Keyboard —> Add New Keyboard… 2. Select ‘iKeyKhmer’ 3. Enable ‘Allow full access’ 4. Congratulation and have fun!

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Google Search by Image

Now you can explore the web in an entirely new way by beginning your Google search with an image. Learn more about images on the web and your own photos.

Four ways to search by image

Drag and drop

Drag and drop an image from the web or your computer into the search box on images.google.com.

Upload an image

On images.google.com, click the camera icon, then select “Upload an image.” Select the image you want to use to start your search.

Copy and paste the URL for an image

Found an image on the web you’re curious about? Right-click the image to copy the URL. On images.google.com, click the camera icon, and “Paste image URL”.

Right-click an image on the web

To search by image even faster, download the Chrome extension or the Firefox extension. With the extension installed, simply right-click an image on the web to search Google with that image.

How Google uses the image you search with

When you search by image, any images or URLs that you upload will be stored by Google. Google uses those images and URLs solely to provide and improve our products and services.


Khmer Keyboard iOS8 for iPad, iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus

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As you know until now Khmer Keyboard for iOS8 that developed by 4KhmeriPhone Team still not yest release on AppStore. New  iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus have different screen size from last Generation, So they need to take time to fix the app and waiting for Khmer Keyboard work on all i​Devices in one app (All in One) .
In temporary, for iPhone4S, 5 and 5S can install Third Party Keyboard CamTranslate for free from AppStore.
But for  iPad, iPhone6 and iPhone6 Plus you can install Third Party Keyboard Black Keys in price 0.99$ from AppStore.
For user that have account AppStore without balance, I will share my style for you to get credit
1. Play FMA ( freemyapps.com ) on your iDevices to Earn Credit change with  iTune Gift Card and Redeem to your AppStore account

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2. Use FTB CashCards or FTB Prepaid Cards of FTB Bank
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FTB has a suite of prepaid card products for consumers and corporations alike. FTB Prepaid Cards can be used in various ways – from employee recognition programs to a simple gift for a family/friend – an ideal gift giving occasions including Birthdays, Weddings and Holiday Seasons.
How can I get it?
Visit any FTB Branch and authorized retail outlet. Make sure you have Id card or passport with you.

You can use your CashCard for online purchases at stores that accept Visa prepaid cards, subject to the available balance and expiry date on your card. This includes online purchases made in foreign currency. When using your Card for online purchases:

  • Ensure your card is activated, ensure your card has not expired and know the available balance on your card
  • Enter your 16 digit card number;
  • Enter your card expiry date and
  • Enter your CVV2 digits (3 digits at back of your Card)

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 After you get the card, you can add your card number to your AppStore Account to download other paid apps. Apple will send bill to your email.

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