Add an invisible keyboard to Android devices 4.0 and up
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Flesky just came out of private beta, and now it’s available on the Google Play store for everyone to try it out. It has its own classic-style keyboard layout, a compact mode, and better yet — invisible mode. You’re probably wondering why you might want to use a keyboard you can’t actually see. Well, three reasons come to mind:
Extra screen real estate — Whether you’re using a device with a small screen, or something the size of a Galaxy Note, you’ll see more of your apps when using this keyboard.
Impressive auto-correction — This keyboard offers some pretty solid auto-correction, as it should, since you can’t really see the letters you’re tapping. Additionally, the gestures for choosing or rejecting suggestions are top-notch.
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