German Keyboard without äöü-keys
Apple ships four German Layouts with the iPad. The one I prefer is QWERTZ, which has no keys for ä, ö and ü. This layout is similar to the iPhone and makes it easier to switch between the devices.
I miss this layout in padkeys.
Thanks for your thoughts. I’m just wondering though, what would be the purpose of using PadKeys in this case? Why not just use Apple’s keyboard?
Thomas Schewe commented
I don't need PadKeys for the äöü, cause one of the Apple Layouts includes them.
So the question reduces to "Why to use PadKey in general?"
I thought it would be clear: The keys to move the cursor. The permanent row with the numbers.