The SalishFont app adds phonetic symbols to iOS 8 device keyboards to enable the user to type in the Salish language. Until now it has been difficult for Indigenous Language Speakers to utilize their language in iPods, iPhones and iPads. Whit this app's keyboards Salish speakers can enter various Interior Salish dialects into any iOS 8 textfield, including social media, note taking apps and web browsers.
The phonetic characters in the SalishFont app keyboards include numbers, standard punctuation, glottal stops, vowels, accented vowels, consonants, glottal consonants, and wedged consonants.
The app includes installation instructions including keyboard enabling.
Ratings and Reviews
It's okay but...
I like the idea of having my language on a keyboard ,but I don't get all the letters on the same key board with would not be a problem if when I press to go back it send me to English keyboard I'll give it 4 stars for trying.
P.s. Keyboard is not as seen on the model it shows
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.