Fleksy, the smart keyboard app that’s available on iPhones, has made a huge update to its interface. With that said, the popular keyboard alternative has also gone public and and is now out of its public beta status.
Back in December 2013, Fleksy was in a private beta with app partners. Thanks to a significant update, interested developers can integrate the smart keyboard now that it is released to the public. On the company’s site, Fleksy wrote:
“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.”
Fleksy has grown in popularity due to its ability to allow users to type without looking at the screen. With its fast and accurate predictions, it is one of the smartest keyboard to hit the mobile market.
While Apple’s own keyboard still is on the IOS platform, apps like Fleksy and SwiftKey have been pushing toward integrating third party keyboards as they outperform the originals.
The news of Fleksy comes as the rumored iPhone 6 release date approaches. While initially believed to be released in September, the iPhone 6 may be revealed as soon as July according to technology experts.
What is Fleksy? New iPhone Keyboard Goes Public.