This page provides links to books and other sites that might be of interest to users of TypeGreek.
The TypeGreek code is released under a Creative Commons license, so you are free to download it, modify it, or host it on your own site. (Be sure you understand the license.) To download the current version, right-click on the following link and select “Save As” to save it to your computer.
Download TypeGreek Source Code | Add Greek Typing to Your Site
My friend Phil Dow created software called UniGreek that runs on a local computer instead of on the web. Version 1 of the software is available for the Windows and Mac operating systems. (If you have a Mac, version 2 of the software is also available: it includes many great features such as saving files, integration with Perseus, and much more.)
Learn more about UniGreek | Download for Windows and Linux | Download for Mac
Antioch (Microsoft Word Extension)
Antioch is an extension for Microsoft Word which allows you to type classical Greek, Hebrew, and Coptic characters. This program is not free, but it is very useful. It includes fully programmable Greek and Hebrew keyboards, a simple and flexible system for handling diacritics and vowel points, and converters for documents in many other formats.
Visit Antioch site
SophoKeys (Mac Only)
I do not have a Mac, so I have never used SophoKeys. It seems to be an application that converts beta code keystrokes into Unicode Greek, like TypeGreek, but it runs locally on a Mac. (I have been told that it also has an additional keyboard mapping other than beta code.) If you have used SophoKeys and have any feedback, please let me know!
Visit SophoKeys site
Unicode is a character encoding standard that uses two bytes instead of one, providing plenty of characters for international character sets. Visit the official unicode.org web site for more information. The following links show the detailed information for the Greek characters created by TypeGreek:
Greek Basic Code Chart (