Fleksy Keyboard announces partnership with Sprint App Pass

Fleksy Keyboard announces partnership with Sprint App Pass

Sprint has officially launched App Pass, their new premium app subscription service. Users pay a monthly fee to gain premium access to over 200 apps across two devices, and it will run you $4.99/month (after a 14-day free trial). Beginning today, App Pass will be pre-installed on all Sprint Android devices. If you already have a Sprint device, head to this link to sign up, or find the sign up tab in your Sprint Zone app.

One of the great apps included in the App Pass package is Fleksy, one of the best keyboards on Android. Subscribers to App Pass can now get Fleksy keyboard, along with all premium features, included in their monthly fee.

Ioannis Verdelis, co-founder and COO of Fleksy, explains,

The subscription based program is a great model for Fleksy users, giving App Pass users full access to our keyboard and premium content. As our own Fleksy Store continues to grow, App Pass users will benefit from free access to all the content we are creating.

Are you at all interested in App Pass? Do you think it will take off? We’d love to hear your opinions in the comments below!

About author

Jimmy Westenberg
Jimmy Westenberg 219 posts

Lover of cell phones, dogs, coffee, and music.

You might also like

News and Rumors

Zillow debuts tablet version of real estate app

Zillow has launched a tablet-optimized version of their free real estate application today, taking advantage of larger, high resolution displays. Much like its smartphone counterpart, the tablet edition allows for

News and Rumors

Tegra APX Series to Bring HD to Android Handsets

Finally a little bit of confirmation on the rumored marriage of NVIDIA’s Tegra chipset and Android! We’ve been pining for this day for quite some time and a few of

News and Rumors

Android Special Report: Is Samdroid the new Wintel?

When Windows exploded on the market back in 1985 (Who remembers 3.1?) Intel was there to hop on board and “Wintel” was a wonderful partnership, and the leading one for the realm of Windows OS.

Could we now be entering the age of Samdroid? In 2010, Samsung exploded, outselling HTC in their Android phones, and they aren’t seeming to slow down in 2011. Check out some charts and figures after the break.

0 Comments

No Comments Yet!

You can be first to comment this post!

Leave a Reply