How to View Khmer Unicode on Your iPad, iPhone and iPod without Jailbreaking them
The iProducts of Apple have been available on the market for many years. However, Khmer Unicode is not yet available on these devices. In the past, if you want to view Khmer Unicode on these Apple products, you needed to jailbreak your devices. However, now there is an alternative that you can review Khmer Unicode without compromised jailbreaking your handsets. Here are some tips:
1. Use Khmer web browser to read Khmer websites.
(i) Browser Khmer by Khemarasoft (free)
(ii) Khmer Web Browser by Lin Bunchan (Not free)
2. You can also use Khmer Keyboard for iPad and iPhone to write Khmer and copy then paste it to where you wish to do.
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I have an iPad 4. I was looking for a khmer Unicode software so that I can view and write khmer fonts. I came to this site and was quite pleased with the informations given on the page. You have clarified that there is no khmer unicode software available for the iProducts yet. However, you said that the khmer keyboard application will help in writing out khmer fonts and that I can copy out the the letters and patse it to wherever I want it. I went ahead and bought the App. It looks great. I styped in some khmer words, copied them and tried to paste them on facebook, keynote and Page. It didn’t work. All i could see was some square boxes with question marks in them. After all the keyboard was useless to me. Did I missed out any trick or any info on using that Textpad khmer keyboard?? I would like to hear your explainations.
Since iOS7 there is actually a way to install extra fonts that doesn’t require jailbreak! There still is no way of adding input method, but at least it allows reading khmer content across almost all applications 🙂