A set of Inuktut keyboards for typing in either syllabic or roman (Inuktitut).
Inuktut Naqittautit (Inuktitut) is a set of four keyboards for Android based phones - it allows you to type in either syllabic (qaniujaaqpait) or roman (qaliujaaqpait) Inuktut (Inuktitut). These keyboards were developed by the Pirurvik Centre on behalf of the Government of Nunavut and are available free for anyone to use
The four keyboards are:
Kiputtijjut: A 'conversion' keyboard that allows you to quickly type in qaliujaaqpait (roman), but have the text appear in syllabics
Qaniujaaqpait: A standard syllabic keyboard with 3 levels - base, shift and alt. A special feature is the 'deadkey' a triangle below the backspace which allows you to quickly type dotted syllabic characters
Qaniujaaqpait Nutaaq: A revised syllabic keyboard with new key positions to better support phone and tablet based typing
Qaliujaaqpait: A keyboard for typing in romanized Inuktut. It included the additional characters such as the 'barred l', 'angma' and two additional characters used in western Inuktut dialects.
The keyboards were developed by the Pirurvik Centre on behalf of the Government of Nunavut, Department of Culture and Heritage.