Five apps that let you try out the new Fleksy keyboard
Fleksy announced this week that its SDK for iOS has exited the private beta stage and is now available for all developers to use. Integration with Fleksy is easy for developers to implement and takes just a few steps for users to setup on their device. To try out Fleksy, here are five apps that already support this alternative keyboard.
To use Fleksy within these apps, you must first install the Fleksy iOS app and then enable it within each app by selecting a piece of text and looking for the Fleksy icon in the cut/paste menu.
Cotton Notes [iOS Universal; $4.99]
Cotton Notes is a polished note-taking app with a collaboration feature as well as Evernote and Dropbox integration. You also can use markdown to stylized your notes and add attachments like photos, GPS coordinates and more.
You Doodle [iOS Universal; Free]
You Doodle is a light-hearted image editor that allows you to doodle on images as well as modify them by cutting out parts, adding stamps and more. You can use Doodle to be as silly or as serious as you want.
Vert 2 Unit and Currency Converter [iOS Universal; $1.99]
Vert 2 is full-fledged converter with support for over 900 units across 34 categories and 164 currencies that are updated with the most recent exchange rates. The app is easy on the eyes and easy to use.
MUDRammer [iOS Universal; $3.99]
MUDRammer is a MUD client for the iPhone and iPad that allows you play online multiplayer text-based games. Now you can see if Fleksy can give you the edge when you are Mu*ing.
SnapStatus [iPhone; Free]
SnapStatus does one thing and does it well -- it allows you to post to Twitter and Facebook at the same time.
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