There’s a new iPhone-like virtual keyboard for Windows Mobile devices called TouchPal. However, the main difference from the iPhone’s keyboard is that CooTek — the company that developed TouchPal — uses ROKR-style two-letter-keys for their solution. That being said, I find TouchPal being something in between iPhone’s virtual and BlackBerry’s or Sony Ericsson’s two-letter-keys keypad. In addition, TouchPal also uses the predictive text technology for faster typing.
And now the best thing. It’s available as a free download before December 8, 2007 and it will work on all touchscreen enabled Windows Mobile devices (OS version 5 and 6) with QVGA or VGA screens!
Sounds good to be true? Check out TouchPal demo video after the jump.