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4 reasons why I think Fleksy is the best keyboard

1.- Write without precision

In Fleksy you don’t have to be extremely precise when pressing the letters to write the correct word. Actually, use the proofreader to figure out what you want to write. Thus, if you press near the letter S and the letter D, and finally the autocorrect considers that you wanted to write the letter S, it will write that letter. This looks great to me. You don’t have to be totally precise when typing the letters. Fleksy is right and right about the lyrics that you are going to choose. It’s a feature that I love about Fleksy.

2.- Emojis included

Fleksy also includes emojis. And it is not only that you can reach a section of emojis to find and choose them, but it also suggests emojis. If you type the word “book”, it will suggest the book emoji to add. This seems great to me to be able to use more emojis when speaking. It is useful to me, and since they are used so much in conversations, it is something that I highly value.

3.- Delete an autocorrect

Here is probably what I like the most about Fleksy. Which for me is the best keyboard function. I don’t like autocorrect, but it’s the most useful of keyboards at the same time, right? So how do we use an autocorrect, while not using it? In Fleksy, when a word is corrected automatically, we can remove this correction by sliding the finger up vertically. The word will be written as we originally wrote it. The best thing is that this works like this when we find the cursor on the next word. It’s really useful, and it works great. I have not seen anything like it in any other keyboard, and for me it is the best combination between having a keyboard with auto-correction, and at the same time being able to avoid auto-correction when we want.

4.- Design

Lastly, I think Fleksy has one of the best keyboard layouts out there. And not only that, but it gives us different options to modify the keyboard layout. We can choose if we want the keyboard to occupy more or less space on the screen, so that the keys are larger or smaller. We can also choose that the space does not appear on the screen. In this way, we reduce what it occupies. And since after all in Fleksy it is possible to enter a space by sliding your finger to the right, it does not make much sense to have a key that takes up space on the screen, so it is very useful to be able to eliminate.

But he is not only good at design of functions, but also at visual design. It has different themes, some of them ideal for mobile phones of different colors. For example, I love the gold color for my gold colored mobile. It fits perfectly, and it’s great. And I don’t want to forget about the Chameleon theme, which adapts to the color of the interface of each application, so that the color of the keyboard completely matches that of the application. A way to have a versatile keyboard that constantly changes color depending on the application we are using.

For me, Fleksy is the best keyboard out there for Android. Although I understand that other users may prefer others. Perhaps the worst thing is that it does not have any Flow function to be able to write by sliding your finger. But in any case, I still think it is the best keyboard.