Fleksy Keyboard for iOS is Now Free for Any Developer to Implement [Video]

Fleksy Keyboard for iOS is Now Free for Any Developer to Implement [Video]

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Fleksy today announced it has updated its iOS SDK and released it out of private beta letting any app developer offer Fleksy as an additional keyboard choice in their app for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices.

With its latest update, the Fleksy SDK is now completely free of charge, requires no sign up and allows any developer to implement it in minutes, with zero lines of code and without having to make any changes to their app at all. Switching between Fleksy and the iOS keyboard is also completely streamlined.

“We’re very excited to finally make our SDK available to hundreds of thousands of developers around the world. We learned a lot from the private beta and today’s release brings the most beautiful, streamlined 3rd-party keyboard experience yet for iOS,” said Ioannis Verdelis, COO of Fleksy.

Fleksy makes it possible to type without even looking at the screen, using patent-pending technology that analyzes where users tap their touchscreens to determine the words they intend to type. The Fleksy SDK is the only undertaking by any developer to bring an alternative keyboard to the entire iOS ecosystem. It was first released in private beta in December 2013 with initial partners Wordbox, Google Voice Connect, Launch Center Pro and Blindsquare.

A number of new app developers are launching today with the updated SDK on the App Store. These are Cotton Notes, hAppy for ADN, Matcha, MUDRammer, Remoter Pro, SnapStatus, Tap Forms Organizer, Vert 2, Write for iOS, You Doodle, and additional Fleksy-enabled apps are now added on a daily basis.

Fleksy’s keyboard has received over a quarter million downloads on Android and the company is excited to bring its keyboard experience to iOS apps.

“Today’s launch is a significant milestone for us. Within just a few days, thousands of developers can bring the magic of Fleksy into their apps, for free. We can’t wait to see the response of the developer community and see Fleksy become a standard feature of every app,” said Kosta Eleftheriou, CEO of Fleksy.

Developers can download the Fleksy SDK at the link below...

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snowballer - March 2, 2014 at 11:41pm
You download Fleksy from the App Store. Then other apps can take advantage of the fact that you have it installed, offering you the option of using either the built-in iOS keyboard, or the Fleksy keyboard to input your text.
Apple stated - February 21, 2014 at 2:58am
Wtf is this???
Heads - February 21, 2014 at 3:24am
Something autocorrect feature that already happens except the keyboard also now becomes invisible and colorful.
Apple stated - February 22, 2014 at 4:50pm
Hmm ok. If it's not Swype. I'm not interested. Sounds like a video game keyboard
Nat - February 20, 2014 at 11:02pm
How to download or is it a tweak just to check?
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