Moreover, Fleksy has been treated to some new languages and language variants, some of which have probably came straight from its beta version. The new additions are Albanian, Brazilian, Portuguese, Catalan, Croatian, English (AU), English (CA), French (CA), Estonian, Hebrew, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Serbian, Spanish (US), Spanish (LA), Slovenian, and Tagalog. Fleksy users that input in Arabic, Bahasa Indonesian, or Polish shouldn't feel left out, as the keyboard will soon support their languages as well.
Apart from adding a slew of new languages, the developer has also updated the dictionaries of the already-existing ones. The typing and scroll lag have been reduced, too, which is a most-welcome improvement, isn't it?
However, unlike SwiftKey, Fleksy has not gone free. Users can make use of a free 30-day trial, after which the app will be available for $3.99. Nevertheless, be sure to check it out if you are looking for a replacement for the likes of SwiftKey, be sure to give Fleksy a try. It will probably land on your iOS device, too.
Download: Fleksy Keyboard (Android)