It just became clear that one of the more popular 3rd -party keyboards for Android (and for iOS 8 once it gets release
, will soon score support for Chinese language. Apparently, the latter has been requested by more than 100,000 users and it appears that the developer of the keyboard has kept an ear close to the ground. The anticipated support for Chinese will arrive via an update pretty soon, while the app has already been endowed with support for Arabic, the second most requested language via an update. The latter is still in beta, so take into consideration that it might not work as flawless as the other languages.
“With more than 100,000 requests for Arabic language support, the company aims to strengthen its footing in the EMEA region with today’s release. The aggressive language expansion by Fleksy has already brought the total number of languages to 40, up from just 2 earlier this year,” Fleksy's developer said.
Fleksy has also received several new premium themes (Key Lime, Sunflower, Sun Kiss, and Blood Red) and a decent slew of performance and functionality improvements. For example, scrolling while in the emoji menu will be smoother and the visibility of the spacebar will be togglable via the Settings menu. In addition, a number of bug fixes have made their way to the app.
This is not the first update that hit the record-breaking keyboard
in the past few months. Over the past month or so, Fleksy received beta support a panoply of new languages
, new themes, as well as a substantial interface overhaul
. All in all, it's just getting better and better, isn't it?
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