(April 1, 2012) Google today has released a new solution to messaging that substitutes a keyboard for a dash and dot, allowing you to quickly send messages using Morse code with only two buttons. The new feature is called “Gmail Tap”.
The process is revolutionary because as devices get smaller, being able to use a virtual keyboard to send messages gets more difficult. With the Gmail tap, there are only two keys that are used for sending Morse code. A simple dash (-) and dot (.). It may take some people awhile to learn, but once it is learned, the possibilities and simplicity of using it are infinite. Here’s a video displaying it:
Google Morse Code for Phones – Gmail Tap
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