Debated in June about the possibility of coping with Apple, Fleksy, the virtual keyboard that improves typing on the screen even though you are not looking at it performs now on Apple devices too.
You practically get to send messages or emails or copy the text already typed for being used inside of another app. The technology used does not need accuracy- the user just types on the screen and Fleksy will automatically grasp what the user meant to write.
The app is available for free in the App Store, being quite easy to use. For taking full advantage of it all the user has to do is tap once lightly where he thinks each letter is and afterwards swipe right for space. Punctuation can be added by swiping right again after a space.
The virtual keyboard was especially designed for visually impaired persons for being able to type accurate on smartphones just like anyone else.
CEO and Founder of Fleksy states:
“Fleksy is a unique technology which started its life as an app for visually impaired people, and has attracted extraordinary response from the mass market.
We receive hundreds of messages a day by sighted people wanting Fleksy on their phone. So we are now working to integrating with both device manufacturers and application developers – the first of which should hit the market this fall”.