Kpaw has just released Flicktype Keyboard 2.0, built from the previous Fleksy keyboard.
This version includes the ability to use the app as a 3rd party system-wide keyboard, easily type and change your favorite emojis, and control the cursor from the keyboard. Additionally, you can now manage the dictionary in a much more streamlined way, add/edit new custom entries and manage existing entries.
The full keyboard experience can be purchased for 99 cents a month, though the previous standalone iteration can still be used for free, though without the curser movement and other navigation features of the new version. You can try the full keyboard for a full week before upgrading for free, though be aware that canceling less than 24 hours before the pay period may cause itunes to charge you.
Download the app now from the appstore, or update if you already have the app.Source: Flicktype Keyboard on the App Store
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