Re: Best smart phones & apps for diverse scripts?

From: Christopher Fynn (
Date: Fri Nov 26 2010 - 07:48:09 CST

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    On 29/10/2010, Don Osborn <> wrote:
    > What do users of this list find to be the most Unicode friendly smart
    > phones? Apps for those phones? Best input systems for texting beyond ASCII
    > (and potentially multiscriptly)?

    I use a Nokia N900 which runs a pretty well full-fleged version of
    Linux (Debian based) - it works fine with complex scripts - though
    you do have to install fonts for some scripts.

    Anyway, at the time I bought it, it was the only phone I found that
    worked with Tibetan without some serious hacking.

    > Thanks in advance for any feedback. I'm back in the US and in the market for
    > a new phone, and if I pay for high-end, don't want to be limited to ASCII.
    > Don

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