by Brent Dirks
June 4, 2014
Just two days after Apple announced that third-party keyboards can be used across iOS 8, Fleksy has posted a teaser picture of its solution via Twitter.
Fleksy is already running on iOS 8! Register for the beta at http://t.co/fhkQWDzXJO. Follow us for updates. pic.twitter.com/u6uWqAJ6Jn — Fleksy (@fleksy) June 4, 2014While it’s not yet available to use on the iOS 8 beta, you can register on Fleksy’s site to receive more information. If you’re interested in trying out the keyboard now on your iOS 7 device, the Fleksy app can be downloaded now on the App Store for free. The universal app is designed for the iPhone/iPod touch and iPad/iPad mini. A number of apps, including Evomail, Launch Center Pro, and Matcha are compatible. Just last month, Fleksy was named the fastest smartphone keyboard in the world by Guinness World Records. Even though Apple is allowing other keyboards to be used across iOS 8, the native option is also receiving a nice makeover with QuickType technology. And after using it for just a few days, I’m really impressed. For other recent iOS 8 news, see: First Look At Apple’s iOS 8 Messages App, Under iOS 8, All Third-Party Web Browsers Can Be As Fast As Safari, and Apple Adds New Grayscale Mode, Zoom Accessibility Options In iOS 8.
Fleksy Keyboard - Happy Typing
Evomail+ is a modern gesture-based mobile email app
Launch Center Pro
Matcha - Writing App & Text Processor