Desktop Flick uses your mobile device’s keyboard and mirrors the output onto the desktop. This application works with any mobile keyboard language.
⚠ Running this application may trigger your antivirus; this is a FALSE POSITIVE. Add this application to the exception list if you don’t want to see alerts.
This application doesn’t add a new keyboard, you need to add them to your mobile device first.
Default port is
7272, this can be changed by going to the
config.json and changing the
port value. This config is generated on the first run.
npm run build or
npm run prepare. Make sure to run
npm run rebuild first.
npm run start:dev
npm run make
This software is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2.0.
Influenced by this april fools post from Google, there are no Japanese flick keyboards available on the consumer market for PCs. To fulfill this need I have created a desktop application that streams a mobile device’s keyboard inputs to the desktop, allowing for the use of localized mobile keyboards on the desktop without any additional peripherals. While initially created for Japanese, it is functional for any mobile language keyboard.