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Chinese Input Method (CIM)

Designed for Non-Native Mandarin Users
(Mozilla Firefox is recommended for downloading this app. Downloading through Chrome may cause a risk warning, please ignore it.)
Windows XP/7/8/10
Beta Version: 1.4.14
(Stay tuned for Versions on Android/iOS/Mac systems)
1 Five Input Modes
2
Convert Chinese Characters
to Pinyin
3
Easy-to-use Input Interface
Horizontal
Vertical
4
Customized “Memory” function
Our Chinese Input Method “remembers” the frequencies of the characters you have chosen earlier, and will show first those characters that have better chances to be chosen by you at the moment in the Candidate Bar.

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Testimonials

"I think I've found the perfect CIM for helping me to improve my Chinese. The best feature is the predictive input so it saves a lot of time and energy since it knows what you are intending to say already. I also appreciate the facts that it adjusts suggestions based on the frequency of use. This way I'm not so focused on small details and can output more information. Quite useful!"
-Barry Jenkins, OH
"I needed an input system for Windows and this one has worked best for me. It has five different input methods so at first, I can use Pinyin only and as I get more confident and learn characters it has that option as well. It also has a minimal and clean interface, which I appreciate."
-Shana Ludwig, Ontario
"I've probably downloaded most of the Chinese input apps out there and this one makes it on my "best of" list. The features are simple but are the most useful. If I need to translate from Chinese characters to Pinyin this is the one I go to first. It runs quickly and has an updated dictionary. I also like how it remembers what I tend to type most so it offers certain words as an option first."
-Nanda Kishore, Mumbai