• Start using Next Word Prediction available in 28 languages! See words predicted to you every time you hit space!
-> To access Next Word Predictions, update your dictionary by clicking on the arrow next to your language in the Fleksy menu.
Find out the full list of languages in our Announcements page on fleksy.zendesk.com.
• Discover another new feature: Emoji Prediction!
See emojis predicted according to the context of your conversation! Try typing "Thanks dude", "The Beatles", "The best of both worlds". Available in English (US) for now.
• We also fixed a few bugs to make your experience on iOS even smoother
Ratings and Reviews
The app works great and I love the hot keys option, the customization options are good too. Everything runs pretty smoothly for me, but the biggest problem I have with this app is your autocorrect. An example of this would be like when you misspell something like 'resteraunt' and it auto corrects to 'tester ain't'. I feel like it autocorrects incorrect, but still very obvious words, to something of complete nonsense, it gets pretty irritating when you have to actually look up the word and spell it out correctly. I think it should autocorrect to at least some words people commonly use instead of these weird words I've never heard of.
Developer Response ,
Hi, #fleksyisback! Development is back under Thingthing and version 8.3 is now available!
I'm in love with this keyboard, which is too bad for me because parts of it are awful. There are things that are great; I love the look and feel of it, doing things with gestures us great, although some of it can be tricky. When in landscape mode all punctuation appears on screen, and there's no reason to be without that. Even in portrait, punctuation is easily available by gesture. That solves a lack that made me seek a third party keyboard. There are little glitches, such as when I click on a word suggestion and then on some punctuation, the punctuation should go back one space to appear right after the word, rather than me having to go back one. Also, words don't appear as suggestions until I start to type. But then what does come often doesn't make any sense, as if predictions aren't based on how language is used. And the autocorrect can be as bad; clumsily enter broccoli and it gives me "bro chilli" which I'm quite certain nobody would ever say. Even things as simple as forgetting to put a space between words is unreliable. All in all, I love it well enough to pay for some cosmetic features. If they just improve a couple aspects I'll come back with five stars.
And now they just updated it! Some things are better: WhatsApp doesn't immediately come up as a suggestion, but I still have to really focus to write broccoli.
Predictions have been added
To start Fleksy is my favorite keyboard for the iPhone and has been for years. No other keyboard beats it in terms of overall fluidity and speed of typing. However since being revived by the new development team, there have been very few feature updates. I understand that these things take time, and that is fine. However now that predictions have been added finally, they feel half baked. Yes they're finally "next word predictions" but they don't currently learn from the user and predict our learned words. We also can't automatically insert the best predicted word like every other AI powered keyboard. Without being able to do this, the predictions just feel only half useful. To me the whole purpose of predictions would be to suggest words that only the specific user of the keyboard routinely types. Otherwise Fleksy is still the same great keyboard as always and this is a reasonable update for some people.
- Fleksy, Inc.
- 143.6 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Greek, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 17+ for the following:
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © 2012-2019 Fleksy
- In-App Purchases
- Premium Theme Pack $0.99
- Premium Theme Pack
- Premium Theme Pack
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.