Download: Fleksy Beta Wishes to Greatly Enhance Your Typing Experience (Video)

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  • 27 May 2013
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  • Project Kickstarter has managed to raise funds for a number of highly appreciated solutions. Since a while back the developers behind one of the most ingenious typing solutions – Fleksy have started raising funds and went well over the goal with their solution.

    Flesky manages to pose as one of the most ingenious typing methods available for both the iOS and Android platform. It comes with gesture based input and very accurate prediction system, in a format that seems similar to the highly appreciated solution integrated with BlackBerry OS 10.

    The Flesky keyboard includes options to hide it and type on the screen blindly, taking advance of the accurate input system.  Swiping upwards will input the word from only pressing a minimal set of letters, while a swipe downwards will take you to a list so you can choose the desired meaning. The format is spacious and comfortable to use and besides looks great. The beta version of it has been available for a limited number of Android devices, now going public so that all can test it. Download Fleksy from the developer’s official webpage.

    Quick Instructions:

    Swipe down and up to change the word suggested to the next. Also works with quick punctuation.

    Enter a word accurately, swipe up twice to store it to the dictionary.

    Swipe down with two fingers to change to the mini keyboard. Repeat to change to the invisible keyboard. Swipe up with two fingers to go back.

    Mini/Invisible keyboard controls: Swipe up from bottom left corner to Shift. Swipe up from the bottom right corner for symbols. Swipe from bottom left corner to bottom right corner to Enter/Search/Go.

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