Fleksy Keyboard Updated With New Content, Also Free


Fleksy keyoard is going through another decent sized update today, having just been released and the update should be live for any users who have the app installed, or be up to date for any users who have yet to try it out. There is more than a few great choices for third-party keyboard options on Android, and Fleksy is one worth looking into for more than a few reasons. If you haven't yet given it a shot, you should, and now is the best time as the full version of the keyboard is now free for Android and iOS users when it used to cost $3.99.

In addition to being free for Android users, Fleksy has added in some new features to the keyboard as of late, joining previously new features like the GIF keyboard and new themes. Today they add another fun feature through a brand new partnership with imoji which is a leading sticker app for the platform. Now when you can't find the words, the GIFs or the emojis to portray your perfect words, perhaps you can find the right sticker to get the point across. With this new imoji integration users will have access to a fairly large collection of millions of stickers to send via messages with a growing total of more than 3 million stickers in all.

In addition to imoji stickers, Fleksy gains more functionality through real-time content discovery. Not sure what that means? That's OK, we weren't either at first. With this new function, when users type with Fleksy keyboard they can receive relevant suggestions for GIFs and stickers while they type so they can more easily insert these new types of content into messages. While searching for things like GIFs was already easy with Fleksy thanks to the integrated GIF keyboard, adding GIFs to anything is now easier than ever as they may no be intelligently suggested. Fleksy will be present at Google I/O this week which starts tomorrow, so if you're at the event in person you can check out the features in action on Friday between 9 and 11 a.m.

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