We have five different Arabic keyboard layouts for you to download on your computer. Once downloaded - you can use it as a reference to type in Arabic either on Word document or any other text editor. You also need to download the matching Arabic fonts.
If you don’t have big or multiple screen, we recommend printing the keyboard and use it as a reference for typing Arabic. All our keyboard are of high quality.
Available in four different formats.
High quality image ideal to be used as a Screen Saver on your desktop or laptop.
High quality image ideal for printing in colour.
FREE to download and use it for both personal and commercial use. However, you must reference it or add a link to this page if you are redistributing it on website or to the third party.
Yes. It is FREE to download and use all keyboards for both personal and commercial use. However, If you are embedding it or using on your website - you must reference it or add a link to our page.
Yes. Our keyboard is 1280px by 659px. This size is ideal for printing and it is available in different colours. However, If you prefer it in different sizes or in different color we can do it for a small fee. Please drop a message on our Facebook page.
Above keyboard use Arabic font mapping. If you require Arabic keyboard in other fonts mapping (for e.g. Andalas Unicode font), then we can do it for a small fee. Please drop a message on our Facebook page.
To configure your keyboard in Arabic, follow the steps below:
Open your phone's "Settings" app.
Go to Languages & input.
Under "Keyboard and Input" methods, select Arabic keyboard as your choice.
Typing Arabic using keyboard can be hard as you have to memorize all the fonts mapping and you need lots of practise to be fluent.
It is even worse on mobile device as you cannot install specific font and also there are no keyboard with any other font mappings.
Thankfully, there are other easier ways of typing Arabic.
We recommend English to Arabic Typing.
On this website you can easily type in Arabic using Roman (English) keyboard layout.
For e.g if you type "uhiba alkitabat biallughat alearabia" it will be transliterated into "أحب الكتابة باللغة العربية".
So, typing Arabic is as natural as you spell it in English. With this you don’t need to remember font layout or practice Arabic typing for several weeks. Just ensure the browser supports unicode. After typing, you can copy and paste the text anywhere - including, Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and Word documents.
Even better you can install this software on your computer for FREE. Just visit the installation page on install Arabic to download this software.