Chrooma GIF Keyboard v5.1 [Pro]
Overview: A lightweight, fast keyboard that adapts itself to the app you are using, giving you a pleasant chromatic feeling.
– ★ Swipe typing ★
– Resizable Keyboard
– Supports STANDARD (English, Italian, Spanish, etc… ) and INDIC languages (more than 60 languages).
– Night mode (change automatically color tonality according to the ambient light).
– Choose between a gradient palette or the flat color.
– A tons of emoji
– Supports all devices
– Remove change language button (option).
– Remove language label on the spacebar(option).
– Custom color picking for app.
– Customizable long press duration.
– Inverted theme (color letter, black/white background).
– Amoled Theme
– Long press to symbol on main keyboard page(option).
– Number row(option).
Much lighter than every default keyboard, check it out!
INDIC SUPPORT :
– Assamese Keyboard (অসমীয়া) – Inscript, Transliteration
– Arabic Keyboard (العَرَبِيةُ)
– Bengali / Bangla Keyboard (বাংলা) – Probhat, Avro, Inscript, Compact
– Burmese Keyboard (ဗမာ) / Myanmar – xkb
– Gujarati Keyboard (ગુજરાતી) – Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration
– Hindi Keyboard (हिन्दी) – Inscript, Transliteration
– Kannada Keyboard (ಕನ್ನಡ) – Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration (Baraha), Compact, Anysoft
– Kashmiri Keyboard (کأشُر) – Inscript, Transliteration
– Malayalam Keyboard (മലയാളം) – Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration (Mozhi), Swanalekha
– Manipuri Keyboard / Methei Keyboard (মৈতৈলোন্) – Inscript
– Maithili Keyboard (मैथिली) – Inscript
– Marathi Keyboard (मराठी) – Transliteration
– Mon Keyboard (ဘာသာ မန်;)
– Nepali Keyboard (नेपाली) – Phonetic, Traditional, Transliteration, Inscript
– Oriya Keyboard (ଓଡ଼ିଆ) – Inscript, Transliteration, Lekhani
– Punjabi / Gurmukhi Keyboard (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ) – Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration
– Sanskrit Keyboard (संस्कृत) – Transliteration
– Santali Keyboard-(संताली) – Inscript (Devanagari script)
– Sinhala Keyboard / Sinhalese (සිංහල) – Transliteration
– Tamil Keyboard (தமிழ்) – Tamil 99, Inscript, Phonetic, Compact, Transliteration
– Telugu Keyboard (తెలుగు) – Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration, KaChaTaThaPa, Compact
– Urdu Keyboard (اردو) – Transliteration
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Statistics: Posted by^( — Fri Jul 21, 2017 9:10 am
The contest expired at the end of October, and Zerodium ^( one hacking team had successfully created a browser-based jailbreak for iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2, the latest versions of iOS 9, earning $1 million.
Zerodium foundar Chaouki Bekrar told ^( that the exploit developed by the hackers will be given to its customers, which include major technology, finance, and defense corporations, along with government agencies. The contest rules required the exploit to be achievable remotely without requiring user interaction beyond reading a text message or visiting a website via Chrome or Safari on an iOS device.
Bekrar confirmed that Zerodium plans to reveal the technical details of the technique to its customers, whom the company has described as “major corporations in defense, technology, and finance” seeking zero-day attack protection as well as “government organizations in need of specific and tailored cybersecurity capabilities.”
Because it’s selling the jailbreak (“likely” to U.S. customers only), Zerodium does not plan to report the vulnerabilities in the operating system to Apple, though Bekrar says the company may share the details at a later date. The jailbreak also won’t be provided to the general public, but Bekrar says Zerodium announced the results of the contest to remind people that while iOS security is “very hardened,” it’s not unbreakable.