Google Tap Tries To April Fool With Gmail A La Morse Code

April 2, 2012 by staff 

Google Tap Tries To April Fool With Gmail A La Morse Code, Not content with the amusing thought of Google Maps for Nintendo Entertainment System, Google also offers the idea of a two-key keyboard that turns GMail into Morse code. i am delighted that Google has used this first day of April to launch yet more of its most ingenious technology.

For the company’s GMail blog has announced that it’s time to move beyond the QWERTY keyboard. There are simply too many keys to think about. Instead, why not reduce the number of keys to two?

How is this possible? By turning each key into a dot or a dash, thereby allowing you to send Gmail by Morse code.

“This makes it ideal for situations where you need to discreetly send emails, such as when you’re on a date or in a meeting with your boss,” wrote a post to the blog by a software engineer with the astoundingly coincidental name of Reed Morse.

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