Fleksy may have made a keyboard for wearables, but that hardly means the team is abandoning their core smartphone offering. Case in point, Fleksy Beta 2.6.5 which released this morning, introduces support for 17 new languages. That brings the total number of supported languages to 37, quite the impressive statistic. (more…)
I’m not convinced that typing on your smartwatch will ever be a pleasant experience, but you could do worse than Fleksy‘s Messenger. The makers of the third-party keyboard, who had us enamored when they first debuted, have moved beyond the smartphone form factor for their latest project, a Tizen-compatible SMS app for the Galaxy Gear 2 smartwatch. (more…)
An update to version 2.0 for the Fleksy keyboard will bring rewards in the form of badges for those of you who have conquered the learning curve found in the keyboard. Fleksy takes a couple of days to really get down, with its gestures, as well as the ability to type with an “invisible” keyboard.
To award users who have mastered gestures and invisibility, badges are awarded, which you can tote around showing off to all of your friends. (more…)
Fleksy, my new keyboard obsession on Android, received a solid update yesterday that makes it fully-resizable, reduces the file size of the app, and adds a ton of enhancements. One of those enhancements is a beautiful new “Vanilla” theme that really is as stunning as the original dark theme. Is there a better looking keyboard than Fleksy? (more…)
Sorry for the second Fleksy keyboard post in as many hours, but we were sort of blown away by some of the advanced controls that are included with this keyboard, most notably the option to go full-screen hidden keyboard. Yes, that sounds as awesome and confusing as one might think. Watch the video and see.
Third party keyboards are very popular on Android and with the number of choices available through Google Play and even the ones that come pre-installed on devices, that fact is easy to see. The newest board to catch our eye is Fleksy, a keyboard that relies heavily on predictions and autocorrections. (more…)
BlindType has had a long history in Android. Introduced to the public exactly two years ago in August of 2010, it was quickly snatched up by Google, then implemented into what we now know as the Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard. Well, the creators still aren’t done innovating quite yet. Recently released for iOS and coming later for Android, is Fleksy. (more…)