Sinhala Keyboard - සිංහල

Simply Click or Type your Desired Text... Effortlessly Copy the Content... Swiftly Paste it to your Preferred Location... You're Done!

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Unlock the Power of Online Sinhala Typing

Are you tired of scouring the internet for a user-friendly Sinhala keyboard? The answer is right at your fingertips. A tool that seamlessly enables you to type Sinhala online without the hassle of installing a separate keyboard. Let your computer keyboard or mouse become the bridge between your thoughts and the Sinhala script.

How to Operate the Virtual Sinhala Keyboard?

Do you wonder how you can switch between the familiar QWERTY keyboard and the Sinhala keyboard? Pressing Esc will do the trick, alternating mouse input between the two. The same key will also manage your keyboard input conversion, making it all the more easy for you to type.

If you are looking for additional Sinhala letters not visible on your keyboard, simply press Shift, or Ctrl + Alt or AltGr. This will expose a whole new range of letters to give depth to your writing.

Getting Comfortable with the Sinhala Keyboard

Writing in a new script can be a daunting task, but let's break it down. To type නි, press and . Similarly, to type නෙ, press and . Once you get the hang of it, you'll be typing sentences, paragraphs, and soon pages of text.

But what about conjuncts? This is where the zero-width joiner (ZWJ) comes into play. This invisible character is used with virama to type conjuncts and is located on the [shift][6] key. For example, typing ZWJ will yield ක්‍ය.

The Sinhala Keyboard for Mobiles and Tablets

Are you constantly on the move? Don't worry, the Sinhala keyboard has got you covered. The keyboard is designed for use on mobile phones and tablets as well. Just touch and hold within the text area to copy your text. Now, you can easily paste it in any application - Facebook, Twitter, email, or a search app.


1. Can I type Sinhala online without installing a Sinhala keyboard?

Yes, the online Sinhala keyboard allows you to type Sinhala without any installation.

2. How do I type additional Sinhala letters that are not visible on the keyboard?

You can type additional Sinhala letters by pressing Shift, Ctrl + Alt, or AltGr.

3. What is a zero-width joiner (ZWJ) and how is it used in typing conjuncts?

The ZWJ is an invisible character used with virama to type conjuncts. It is located on the [shift][6] key.

4. Can I use the Sinhala keyboard on my mobile or tablet?

Yes, the Sinhala keyboard is compatible with mobile phones and tablets. Just touch and hold inside the text area to copy your text and paste it in any application.

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