Fleksy keyboard unscrambles your poor typing

Fleksy keyboard unscrambles your poor typing
Fleksy for iOS is an amazing virtual keyboard that was created as a QWERTY keyboard for the visually impaired. As the video below shows, Fleksy can unscramble misspelled words in a heartbeat and uses swipe gestures to delete words, add punctuation or to add a space. The keyboard is so intuitive that you can type without the keys on the screen and still have a perfect typing experience thanks to autocorrect.

BlindType originally sold its initial idea to Google as a proof-of-concept. Fleksy takes the concept and turns it into a full-bodied technology. Now focusing on iOS at first with Fleksy, the plan is to eventually offer the virtual QWERTY for Android and Windows Phone. And while the initial idea was to create a QWERTY for those with trouble seeing clearly, Fleksy is designed for all typists.

Currently, the keyboard is a free download available on iTunes.

source: TechCrunch



5. cptbeatstix

Posts: 101; Member since: Jul 19, 2012

Anyone else notice that the A in the logo is very close to Valve's Half-Life game series logo?

4. nimo

Posts: 72; Member since: Jun 11, 2010

so this is where blindtype went to.

2. Joshing4fun

Posts: 1258; Member since: Aug 13, 2010

Looks cool but I bet id just use it for 20 min for fun then go back to using a standard keyboard.

3. groupsacc

Posts: 232; Member since: Feb 28, 2012

lol I thought I was the only one. I bought SwiftX keyboard, then switched back to stock Swype after about an hour. I guess you can't break old habits huh.

1. joaolx

Posts: 364; Member since: Aug 16, 2011

Waiting for Android release. Looks awesome.

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