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Language Board

Use language keyboards from a mobile device as a desktop keyboard and mouse.


Designed for Windows 10 and above.

Download the latest stable version in the releases tab.

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Keyboard Typing

Type using language specific keyboards from your mobile device.

Key Presses

Press enter and backspace keys directly from your keyboard.

Virtual Mouse

Move and click using the virtual mousepad.


Configuration can be changed by modifying the config.yml file, access the file using the tray icon.

Changes will take effect the next time you launch the application.

Port port

Default: 8000

The port number to use for the keyboard server.

Key Presses enable-keys

Default: true

Enable the direct use of keyboard enter and backspace keys.

Mousepad enable-mouse

Default: true

Enable the use of the mouse pad and mouse clicks.

Screen Buffer screen-buffer

Default: 25

How far from the edge of the screen the keyboard preview can be.

Cursor Size cursor-size

Default: 15

The size of the cursor. How far from the point of the cursor the keyboard preview should be.

Pointer Speed pointer-speed

Default: 1.5

How virtual mouse pad movements should scale on the desktop.


This software is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2.0.


Developer & Maintainer
July 2023
July 2023
Last Updated
March 2024

Successor to Desktop Flick.

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.


Built with
  • TypeScript
  • JavaScript
  • Electron
  • Node.js
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
Built using
  • Visual Studio Code
  • GitHub
  • GitHub Actions
Built for
  • Windows