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Spend $0 to Turn Paper Into A Keyboard

Spend $0 to Turn Paper Into A Keyboard

Do you know that you can turn a piece of paper into a virtual keyboard with the help of your iPhone? Lifehack is going to show you this amazing trick.

Step 1:

Prepare a printer (either BW / color print) and get ready for printing…

Choose pap

    virtual keyboard

      Step 2:

      Download Paper Keyboard from App Store.

      Paper keyboard apps

         

         

        Step 3:

        Put something on the paper to stop the paper flying away. Put a book / box to over the right corner of the paper.

        Virtual keyboard

          Cover with a box

            Step 4:

            Put your iPhone on the top left corner of the setup.

            setup

              Done!

              Step 5:

              It’s now ready! You may try the virtual keyboard with the “Falling letter” game within the app.

              falling letter

                Remark:

                The app is free for you to download. However, if you want to use it for email, Facebook chat, Google and Yahoo chat, you have to pay $2.99 for the premium features.

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