Fleksy

Fleksy Keyboard Acquired by Pinterest

Do you use the third party keyboard Fleksy? The company has just announced they have been acquired by Pinterest, on its four year anniversary of being in the App Store: Today we’re announcing some big news at Fleksy. Our team is joining Pinterest!  As some of you may know, it’s a bit of nostalgic timing...

Fleksy iOS Keyboard Now Permanently Free, Offers $8 Gift For Existing Users

Fleksy has announced their iOS keyboard is now free for the masses, to allow the company to remain “focused on delivering new and exciting product improvements across all languages.” The app now moves to the freemium model, powered by in-app purchases for themes and more. For users that previously purchased the app for $0.99, they’ll...

Here are New Third Party iOS 8 Keyboards to Try Right Now [LIST]

With today’s iOS 8 release, users can now experience apps updated for the new features available in the latest update, which includes access to new third party keyboards. Here are four you can try right now: Swype - $0.99 http://youtu.be/SJ-RAefCG_c TouchPal - Free http://youtu.be/AEFrE4gaoC8 Fleksy - $0.99 http://youtu.be/2g_2DXm8qos Minuum - $1.99 http://youtu.be/AIbLdJW5Z4I KuaiBoard (formerly QuickBoard)...

Fleksy Keyboard for iOS 8 Will Support 40 Languages at Launch

At WWDC last month Apple announced support for third party keyboards in iOS 8, opening up many doors for developers like Swiftkey, Swype and Fleksy to make their way to the iPhone and iPad. Fleksy already teased an image of their keyboard running on iOS 8 beta and this morning announced its keyboard at launch...

Fleksy Shows Off Their System-Wide Keyboard Running on iOS 8 [PIC]

Apple announced third party keyboard support for iOS 8 at WWDC 2014, which will allow keyboards from the likes of Swiftkey, Swype and Fleksy. The latter has now teased what their keyboard looks like via Twitter—check it out below (via TNW): https://twitter.com/fleksy/status/474208836740337665 The screenshot above is missing the Siri dictation key and looks like the...

Fleksy Keyboard SDK Now Available to all iOS Developers

Fleksy announced a private beta of its SDK for iOS in December, allowing select developers to insert the predictive-text input keyboard into their own iOS apps. Today, the company has made its iOS development toolkit available for free to all, encouraging more app developers to incorporate Fleksy as an alternative keyboard within their apps, MacRumors reports. Fleksy’s...