Wide Mail Keyboard — Large iPhone Keyboard for Mail Writing

Wide Mail Keyboard Icon

Wide Mail Keyboard is an iPhone/iPod touch web app which allows you to comfortably write e-mails using a wide keyboard with larger buttons while holding your device in landscape orientation which isn’t currently supported by Apple’s Mobile Mail application.

Read more on how to use Wide Mail Keyboard.

To launch Wide Mail Keyboard point your mobile Safari to:
http://keyboard.cinnamonthoughts.org/

Wide Mail Keyboard in landscape orientation

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9 Responses to “Wide Mail Keyboard — Large iPhone Keyboard for Mail Writing”

  1. Bill says:

    This is really good for me. I am 70 and my fingers aren’t quite as nimble as they used to be. The spacing is perfect, but when I am 90, you may have to widen the letters a little more! Thank you!!!

  2. Art Lyon says:

    Terrific! PLEASE do one for texting too!

  3. (post author) Daniel Gattermann says:

    Unfortunately this is one way only and just possible for mails. Even a native iPhone app couldn’t use the built-in apps provided by Apple.

  4. DG says:

    This works great! I typed a 3 line mesage without a single error! Now, it’s saved on my homepage for quick access. Thanks!

  5. Will says:

    It does work, although the vertical kb is absolutelly fine for me too…

  6. AWW says:

    Is there a way to use this app for a reply to an email I get or only for the drafting of new emails?

  7. (post author) Daniel Gattermann says:

    It only works for new mails.

  8. Clarissa says:

    I would love to find an app that provides T9 texting I learned using a traditional number pad. I could do it one handed and could often text without looking. I’d love a bigger keyboard or horizontal keyboard for texting at the very least.
    sigh.

  9. (post author) Daniel Gattermann says:

    An app for writing SMS messages isn’t possible at the moment. Wide Mail Keyboard basically uses a “mailto:” URL which opens Mail when clicked. There is no equivalent like “sms:”.
    On a side note: a T9 texting app would have to be a native app as it uses a rather large database (considering bad transfer speeds while on the go). Loading such a DB in Safari on the iPhone wouldn’t be a good idea I guess.


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