Keyboard Arabic.net – Virtual
There are two options on this page(checkboxes), Virtual Keyboard and Transliterate Keyboard:
-Virtual Keyboard functions exactly like a physical Arabic keyboard, you just need to type on your keyboard like if you were in front of an Arabic keyboard, and it's aimed for people that are used to work with a physical Arabic keyboard.
-Transliterate Keyboard: (Default option) this option will automatically convert latin letters into Arabic letters, for example Q becomes ق.
You'll find below a detailed correspondence Table that'll help you the Arabic transliterate Keyboard.
The direct(transliterate) writing should follow 3 main rules:
• Use of Capitals for emphatic letters
• Use of Dash for caracteres with a Hamza
• Use of apostrophe for caracteres with a sign
Keyboard-Arabic.net is a website allowing users to write using Arabic characters. Few computers have a keyboard displaying the whole Arabic alphabet. This website's goal is to answer to this lack. This writing service and the translation function enable the internet user to rely on the spelling and the meaning of the composition. Virtual keyboard's goal is, for the user, to be able to write using his actual keyword's keys/buttons to type in Arabic.
For people speaking or/and writing Arabic (or in learning process) wishing to type a text in this language but who don't have any Arabic keyboard on their computer.
Virtual Arabic Keyboard is the way to easily type arabic characters online without having an Arabic keyboard.
It is a simple and efficient solution for replacing any physical Arabic keyboard. The user can use both his keyboard or his mouse.
The text written can be copied and pasted where the user wants like any text typed under a text editor.
The links present on this page (You Tube, Google+, Twitter,FB…) allow users to simply share what they typed using the Arabic keyboard on these social networks.
Also, there are two buttons integrated in the keyboard itself that are Google and Youtube, the user can click on any of these buttons and he/she will be automatically redirected to Google/Youtube's search result page for the query typed using the Arabic keyboard (no need to copy paste the text on the two websites)