The online Arabic Keyboard will help you type in the Arabic language even if it is not installed on your computer or phone. Access it from anywhere to type your message or to help you learn how to write Arabic.
About the Online Arabic Keyboard
This online Arabic keyboard should fit standard Arabic needs. In the physical world, keyboards are designed for different nations. Some have slightly different layouts than the one here. Differences can include the location of symbols and other characters not related to the alphabet.
About the Arabic Language
Arabic is the language of the Qurʾān (or Koran). This is the sacred book of Islam. It is written in what is known as Classical Arabic. The Arab language the religious language of all Muslims.
Regional Arabic includes numerous spoken dialects, some of which do not translate well into each other.
The major dialect groups are those of Arabia, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and North Africa.
About the Arabic Alphabet
The basic Arabic alphabet contains 28 letters. It does not contain upper and lower-class letters. Many letters look alike but are differentiated by dots (ijm) above or below their middle section (rasm).
These dots are an intrinsical part of a letter since they discern between letters representing variant sounds.
Printed and written Arabic are cursive.
There are two primary ways for the Arabic alphabet to be sorted: abjad and hija.
The abjad order is used for lettering, derives from the order of the Phoenician alphabet; in this order, letters are also used as numbers.
The hij order is used where lists of names and words are sorted, as in phonebooks. This order groups letters by similarity of shape.
I hope you will find the keyboard useful!