Fleksy is announcing a partnership with the just announced app subscription service App Pass this week that will bring the third-party keyboard replacement app and its premium features to Sprint subscribers enrolled in App Pass.
Popular third-party keyboard Fleksy is slated to receive a major update today that will add support for Arabic and Chinese, opening the app up for a massive worldwide expansion, as well as some new premium themes.
Arabic language support has been Fleksy’s number one most requested feature at over 100,000 requests. To say there is ... Read More »
Considering how many third-party keyboard apps there are on Android, it’s surprising how few manage to stand out from the crowd. By combing things like beautiful design, unique gestures and impressively accurate auto-correction, Fleksy is one keyboard that manages to do just that.
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The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch technically runs a full build of Android, so it can run Android apps that work on its small display. However, for obvious usability purposes, Samsung has not included a virtual keyboard with the Gear. So how is someone supposed to do their typing on their brand new smartwatch?
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The makers of BlindType have just released a working demo of their latest project on iOS, and it’s coming soon to Android. The new alternative keyboard is called Fleksy and it boasts many of the same features BlindType once did.
BlindType, the keyboard replacement app, is sort of a legend among Android users. Back in 2010, BlindType ... Read More »