For those of you who use the quick-typing giant Fleksy Keyboard, you should be receiving a pretty notable update today. The update mainly brings support for 6 new languages, altered keyboard layouts (depending on what language you’re using), and a bunch of bug fixes.
Here is the entire changelog for Fleksy 2.1:
- Added Swedish, Danish, Malay, Hungarian, Czech, and Slovakian to their already long list of supported languages
- With the languages come altered keyboard layouts (QWERTZ, Dvorak, and Colemak)
- Added 200+ Emoji
- New Enter icon
- Updated settings menu
- Green theme brightness
- Simultaneous language downloads
- Badge shortcuts
- Multiple force closes and bug fixes
- Added Persian to the upcoming language support list
Fleksy continues to receive updates relatively quickly, and that’s good to see. When there are keyboards like the Google Keyboard or Swiftkey, a lot of the time we’ll see developers get a bit discouraged from the competition. If you’ve never used Fleksy, you may want to download the free trial. It focuses on gestures (what keyboard doesn’t, right?), and making the typing experience fun and quick.
It offers some really nice themes, badges for typing mastery, and a complete tutorial mode to teach you about the many gestures it brings. If you’re interested, download Fleksy from the Play Store toady!
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