What is NFC?

NFC (Near Field Communication) is a wireless way for communicating between two NFC devices on a shorter secure range.


Is there a need to pair the NFC keyboard to the phone?

No, no paring is needed. As soon as the phone is placed on the keyboard, the connection is established.


How is the driver for the keyboard downloaded?

The driver is downloaded from Google Play. The first time the phone is placed on the keyboard, the user is automatically guided on how to install the driver.


Will the driver work with a second keyboard?

Yes, once the driver is installed on the phone, it will also work with our other keyboards.


Is the driver also available for iOS devices on App Store?

Unfortunately not, as Apple has locked the NFC feature to work only for Apple Pay.


Which phones are compatible with the NFC keyboards?

All released Android based NFC phones carrying OS version 2.3.3 and over.


Will the keyboards work on Bluetooth units?

Most of our products are using NFC to communicate, however we have two keyboards that work both on Bluetooth LE and NFC – the Split S2 and the Combined C2.


Where can I get my hands on a keyboard?

We are currently in the process of signing on distribution partners for our keyboards. If you are an industry analyst, journalist, blogger or potential business partner, please don´t hesitate to contact us, and we will assure you get a sample.


Privacy policy (Google Play)

Read phone state, allows the keyboards to read status of ongoing calls, to avoid the keyboard to interfer during a call.

Get accounts, allows access to the list of accounts in the accounts service. This enables keyboard to interact with all accounts.

Read contacts, allows the keyboard to read the users contact data, to be able to add and edit contact with the keyboard.