KeyPad - Bluetooth Keyboard

KeyPad - Bluetooth Keyboard for PC and Mac

Written by Toolbunch LLC

  • Category: Utilities
  • Release date: 2022-10-02
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 1.94
  • File size: 6.91 MB
  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Vista and Mac OS 10, 11 10.13
  • How it works | What is KeyPad - Bluetooth Keyboard?

Whatʹs Great

1. KeyPad works with all major brand devices that support a bluetooth keyboard, like Apple TV, iPhones, Android phones, iPads, Android tablets, Samsung TV, Sony TV’s, Raspberry Pi’s, Roku, FireTV, Nexus Player, eBooks…and more.

2. KeyPad is a bluetooth keyboard, mouse and media remote.

KeyPad - Bluetooth Keyboard for PC and Mac Screenshots


Features and Description

Key Features

Latest Version: 1.94

  • Licence: Free

  • What does KeyPad - Bluetooth Keyboard do? KeyPad is a bluetooth keyboard, mouse and media remote. Use your Windows Keyboard to control your iPhone, TV, iPad, tablet, Microsoft TV, Android device, Windows, Raspberry Pi… KeyPad is a Universal Control for all your devices. Main features of KeyPad: 1. A free bluetooth keyboard for your Phone/iPhone/iPad/Tablet 2. A feature rich remote control and keyboard for the Microsoft TV. 3. Type using a keyboard instead of typing with your thumbs. 4. Type instead of using voice search with Microsoft TV, Fire TV, Android TV, Siri… Considering buying an iPad keyboard? Try KeyPad! KeyPad works with all major brand devices that support a bluetooth keyboard, like Microsoft TV, iPhones, Android phones, iPads, Android tablets, Samsung TV, Sony TV’s, Raspberry Pi’s, Roku, FireTV, Nexus Player, eBooks…and more. Keypad is free for one phone/tv/tablet. To use it with more than one device, or to use the Mouse feature requires In-App Purchase (for Multi-device). KeyPad will work with your language keyboard layout. Just select the correct keyboard on the iPhone. Use Shift-Control and tap Space to see the keyboard available on your connected iPhone, iPad. If you select your country's keyboard layout, keys like "£" work correctly. See our video on how to set up and use KeyPad. Mouse support: KeyPad emulates a combination keyboard and mouse. If you connect to an iPad you have full mouse and keyboard control. Just press Control + Option (reconfigurable). Using the mouse with an iPhone requires that you go to Settings | Accessibility | Touch and enable assistive touch. To connect KeyPad to your device: 1. Launch KeyPad preferences screen 2. Click “Launch Bluetooth Settings” on the Windows (Makes KeyPad discoverable) 3. Go to your device’s Bluetooth settings and connect to the Windows 4. Once the connection is complete the KeyPad window will pop up. That's it; you're done! Anything you type in the KeyPad window will now go to your phone. Use a hotkey Command+Option+P (reconfigurable) to launch and hide KeyPad. A better keyboard: Connect to as many devices as you like (Phones, Tablets, TVs) Not just a keyboard, a combination mouse, keyboard and media remote. Function-Tab works like Command-Tab to switch applications on the iPad Function-Space works like Command-Space to search on the iPad and iPhone. Press and hold the command key to see more options on the iPad. Automatically disconnect from your device when you switch away from the app. See our power user features at: KeyPad is for you: If you prefer to type with a keyboard instead of using your thumbs. If you prefer that notifications from WhatsApp and Messages remain on the Phone. If you don't want to see personal notifications on the Windows while doing a presentation. If you do not want to carry around an extra keyboard and mouse for your iPad. If you want to see how the iPad keyboard and mouse features work. If you have ever wished you had just one more Bluetooth keyboard. If you prefer to type instead of use voice on your Microsoft TV or Fire TV. If you use a screen mirror software to record a phone screen and wish you could interact with the phone. In-App Purchases: KeyPad is free for a single device. There are no limitations in the app for one device. To use it for more than one device, or use the mouse feature, please purchase the App through the in-App Purchases menu selection. Please verify that KeyPad works for all your devices before you purchase. The mouse feature is free for two days. Even if you use it for only one device, do consider purchasing it anyway. You will help support further development. Developer tools: Use your Windows keyboard to test the keyboard support for your iPhone, iPad, Android, TV or Microsoft TV app. I need your help/suggestions to make KeyPad better. If it does not work for you please send me a note at our support webpage, or an email to [email protected]

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    Software Installation Requirements

    PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

    Compactible OS list:
    1. Windows 11
    2. Windows 10
    3. Windows 8.1
    4. Windows 7
    5. Windows Vista

    Requirements for MacOS Installation

    Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

    Compactible OS list:
    1. OS X 10.10: Yosemite
    2. OS X 10.11: El Capitan
    3. macOS 10.12: Sierra
    4. macOS 10.13: High Sierra
    5. macOS 10.14: Mojave8
    6. macOS 10.15: Catalina
    7. macOS Big Sur (macOS 11)


    KeyPad - Bluetooth Keyboard - Is it safe to download?

    Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

    Software Reviews and Critisims

    • By flowcontrol

      Nicely done

      I frequently use my iPad next to my Windows. I've used another app of this type, but KeyPad is a better implementation. I paid for the Multi-Device upgrade so I can use my Windows keyboard to type on my iPad Pro or iPhone. The device-specific shortcuts and media keys are nice bonuses. And today I discovered KeyPad lets me use my Windows trackpad to control my iPad Pro via iOS 13 mouse support, not sure how I missed that before! I also appreciate that the developer expresses concerns about security and privacy; I stopped using the previous app because of a security concern I found. All in all, KeyPad is better than I expected and completely worth the In-App Purchase.

    • By bydesignaap

      Unique application essential if you have multiple devices with keyboards

      This is a very elegant way to reduce the clutter on my desk and avoid yet another (KVM) device. I have a MBP, Mini, Windows with three keyboards and trackpads. Now I don't need the other two keyboards and trackpads cluttering up my desk. It is really easy and quick to switch between devices. There is trackpad support as well. There is a slight lag with the trackpad but for remote use it works well. Keyboard works like it directly connected. Previously I was using screensharing but that was a little cumbersome. I wish I knew of this application sooner.

    • By pauljmartinez

      Works Perfectly!

      I have my iPad and iPhone next to my desk and I prefer entering longer format content using a keyboard. This app makes this so easy to do! I just press my hotkey combination and I'm instantly able to use my keyboard to type on my other devices. When I'm done, I just press the hotkey again and I'm back to using my keyboard with my Windows. This app is a huge improvement over 1Keyboard, which stopped working for me due to Bluetooth issues.

    • By A. Owl

      Good idea, poor execution

      The app has great potential, but sadly, it doesn't live up to that. It worked at first, but then it stopped working (after connecting, it would immediately close the window automatically, disconnecting). Additionally, its design is subpar at best and annoying at worst. Much of the UI can also be a bit confusing at times. A critical feature—being able to use the mouse—is advertised in the title but is not available without payment, making this essentially a paid app masquerading as a free one. Finally, its documentation is written in choppy and difficult to read English. Had the rest worked flawlessly, perhaps I would have given purchasing its paid features a second thought, but as of right now it's painful and frustrating to use. I'd be happy to use this app again in the future given its amazing potential to seamlessly integrate iPad and Windows. I'm happy that a developer spent time making this app, but I do feel like some time polishing the UI and squashing bugs, rather than adding new features, would be time well spent.

    • By MMan03

      Great app for typing on my iPad from my Windows

      This is a great app for being able to type on my iPad or iPhone using the keyboard on my PC. I no longer have to bring my Microsoft Smart Keyboard with me on the go since it's quite heavy. The Option Control allows you to enable mouse support on the iPad. When I use the 3 finger swipe up to go home, it disconnects the iPad and switches back to the Windows. Not sure if this is how the app is supposed to work.