WiFi keys, ID cards, passwords, etc. Although there are applications to save all our keys, private clouds and so on, sometimes it is necessary to have them at hand to enter them somewhere, which implies typing. If the keys are too long, this can be quite tedious.
Let’s show you a keyboard with which you can scan all kinds of codes so that they are automatically pasted into it so you don’t have to manually copy long codes.
Anyline Keyboard: a fantastic invention to copy codes quickly
Anyline Keyboard is an application available for both iOS and Android. In both cases is based on the system’s native keyboardsso at the interface level it’s pretty clean. The main addition it has is a top bar with various scanning modes. Basically, we can scan all kinds of codes, such as QR codes, ID cards, passports, WiFi keys, etc. Every alphanumeric combination is read by the application.
Just point at the code and the scanner opens. When it recognizes the content you see through the camera, it will be pasted into the app we have open
The operation is quite simple. We just press the scan mode we want, the cell phone recognizes the text we’re scanning and adds it into the application we’re writing in. For example, you can open the keyboard inside WhatsApp, scan the WiFi key and you will have it copied to send it to whoever you want.
One important detail is that, because we depend on our camera, results may vary by mobile phone. If the terminal has good focus it will be much easier to perform this process, although we have done tests with cheap mobiles and the operation is good. Apart from being a scanner is still an ordinary keyboardSo we can use it as such, without the need to switch between the system keyboard and Anyline Keyboard.