Flexy keyboard

iOS 8 is here and it’s broughtthird-party keyboards! Seriously, I think this is going to be a large deal, as well as we’ll look at several choices as they start coming in. But initially, I would like to reveal you all Fleksy.

Fleksy is identified by the Guinness Book of Globe Records as being the fastest keyboard. However it’s not just regarding speed. Fleksy is adjustable, resizable and predictive. It assists actions also, which goes a long method towards making you quickly and also exact. Here’s a take a look at Fleksy for iOS 8.

Customization – colours

Promptly you’ll discover that Fleksy looks quite unlike the iOS keyboard, be it iOS 8 or otherwise. The keys are very level in style as well as lack an unique perimeter.

But that’s simply the start. You could select from 5 colored styles, plus costs styles. It appears strange to have that level of customization over a keyboard in iOS, however it really looks very wonderful.

Personalization – size

Here’s another awesome method. You could diminish the Fleksy keyboard to a format that’s smaller sized compared to the default. Especially, you can either conceal the spacebar/ change keys/number button/Return secret and also leave yourself just with the letters. It’s a cool little technique, and also the shrunken keyboard occupies even much less space on the iPhone 6’s half-acre of display area.

Action support

I’ll admit that I’ve been jealous of my Android-wielding pals’ choices for keyboards, especially all the actions. With a swipe, they can develop whole words, move things around as well as much more. Ultimately, Fleksy brings several of that performance to iOS.

First, you can delete by swiping left. That reminds me of Graffiti on my old Palm IIIe. Just how I loved that factor. But I swerve. Fleksy gestures likewise permit you include a room with a swipe or punctuation.

Other goodies

Emoji fans will be delighted to locate over 800 of the little individuals build into Fleksy. It additionally assists additional compared to 40 languages and also QWERTY, DVORAK, AZERTY and COLEMAK layouts.

I’m thrilled to view where third-party keyboards go on iOS. If Fleksy is any kind of sign, it’s going to be a fun, active category of app for fairly some time.

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