If you know the Unicode code point for a special character you need, you can type that character using an input method called “Unicode Hex Input.” Continue reading “Enabling Unicode Hex Input”
Input methods and the Input Menu
To type in a language using a character set that is not the same as your system’s default, you need to enable an input method, aka “keyboard” (not to be confused with the physical object under your fingers). The input method controls what glyph is produced when you type a key or combination/sequence of keys. Continue reading “Enabling “keyboards” for other languages”
Free version (iOS App Store link) functions like a special notepad. You can type ancient (polytonic) Greek within the Keyman app and then export the result to another app. Keyman actually supports many other languages.
Pro version (iOS App Store link; $4.99 as of 2015-11-19) works as a system keyboard and can be used directly in any app.