Fleksy Keyboard 3.0 update brings new look, a store with premium themes, and 17 new languages



Fleksy is quickly making waves in the Android world as one of the best keyboards you can download for your phone (and eventually your smartwatch). Today’s update pushes them another big step forward to becoming a serious keyboard contender. For starters, 17 new languages have been added to the list (some of which are just different versions of languages already included). Here’s the full list of additions:

  • Albanian
  • Brazilian Portuguese
  • Catalan
  • Croatian
  • English (AU)
  • English (CA)
  • French (CA)
  • Estonian
  • Hebrew
  • Latvian
  • Lithuanian
  • Norwegian
  • Serbian
  • Spanish (US)
  • Spanish (LA)
  • Slovenian
  • Tagalog

Even more exciting is a redesign that embodies the flat, elegant look and feel that today’s mobile apps have come to be known for. With that comes the addition of a new store where you’ll be able to buy premium themes for the keyboard.

You’ll get about 6 options that all add some nice flavor to what’s typically a very muted experience. Folks who bought the premium version of the keyboard are entitled to one of these themes for free, a nice added bonus if you’ve supported Fleksy by dropping some coin into their pocket for the full version.

The rest of the changes include an improved dictionary, a fix for some typing lag issues and fixes to sizes of emojis and lag when scrolling through emojis. All of it is waiting for you at Google Play so get over there for the download as soon as possible. Not sure if Fleksy has what it takes to be your daily driver? A free option exists for you try out so be sure to go that route first if you prefer not to go all in.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Is this better than swiftkey? I’ve been getting very annoyed with the insane lag that swiftkey seems to have picked up. :/

    1. I have noticed that too! It has gotten SO bad on my phone

    2. Fleksy gave me lag troubles too, prior to 3+ so I gave the Android L keyboard a shot and haven’t looked back.

      Until now.

      I’ll give this a go again as I really did like it otherwise. I’ll have to re-adjust to using the gestures for space and delete, opposed to swiping for text input.

    3. This new update makes it worth it again.

  2. I have been using the Android L keyboard since release and have been really happy. I’ve just started using Flesky this morning and have been impressed with the results. Minimal, fast, and accurate.

    1. Are you using the Android L keyboard from the play store?

      1. Yes, the one that was removed not long ago for violation.

  3. I kind of like it, but discovered it doesn’t play well with Hootsuite, at least in landscape. Unfortunate.

  4. I refuse to use fleksy again. I’ve been roped in 5 times all the way from beta with everyone saying it’s “so good”…. and every time I got about 2 sentences into using it and realized it was the worst pos keyboard I’ve ever used. Stick with SwiftKey if you’ve got a nexus or note with 3gb of RAM or use the Google keyboard. SwiftKey has a big update coming shortly to fix lag issues so that should be the only keyboard anyone needs going forward.

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