FlickKey™ Keyboard (Beta)

FlickKey™ Keyboard (Beta)

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(Please note that this first beta version is English only!)

Would you like to truly touch-type on your phone or tablet, and keep your eyes on your text? Would you like to type with any number of thumbs or fingers - any way you like? Would you like a keyboard that lets you reliably type on all touch screen devices, even watches? Would you like a more accurate keyboard? If so, try FlickKey™ Keyboard. FlickKey is a new and superior keyboard concept. FlickKey is extremely fast, efficient, and accurate.

The keyboard consists of just six flick-able keys. Each large key lets you access 9 characters. To use: press a key and “flick” (or you could say slide or swipe) in the direction of an outer character to choose the character. You can press ANYWHERE on the large key, and then flick toward the letter you want. For the center character, simply tap the key, just like a standard key, except it is much larger.

The FlickKey keys are so large that they are not hard to hit, they are hard to miss! An experienced user should expect to learn to touch type with FlickKey. That’s nearly impossible with a standard mobile keyboard. With FlickKey you can keep your eyes on your text.

Note: FlickKey does NOT work like swiping keyboards! The Popup Flick-Keys require much less sliding across the screen. Also, FlickKey differs philosophically from keyboards that rely on prediction and disambiguation. Master FlickKey and you can keep you eyes on your message, and not the keyboard.

FlickKey includes popup flick-able keys containing whole words that can be entered by choosing the word with as little as two little quick flicks of the screen. Common words can be entered with unmatched speed and ease. There is an unprecedented number of words and symbols in the popup flick-keys.

FlickKey features:

◆ Only six super large ‘hard to miss’ flick-able keys on the screen at a time
◆ Popup flick-able keys so you can type common words uncommonly fast
◆ More common punctuation characters on the main keyboard screen :-)
◆ Only two screens for all the alphanumeric and numeric characters and symbols
◆ Accuracy and speed!

By the Way,

✓ FlickKey does NOT ADVERTISE to you!
✓ FlickKey does not gather information about you, or target you in any way!
✓ FlickKey does not use location service or access your phone number
✓ FlickKey respects your privacy

Let your friends know about FlickKey™ Keyboard!

If you have any problems with FlickKey, please contact support@flickkey.com before leaving any feedback. This beta version exists to help solve any problems you might have. So ping us and let us know what you think!

Requirements: FlickKey works on Android 4.0, and above.

(This beta version of the coming FlickKey™ Keyboard is a 120-day trial version. At the end of the trial, you will be asked to choose another keyboard. At this time, please delete the beta and download and install FlickKey™ Keyboard (non-beta).)

Tags: flick keyboard, how to get flick typing, flick keyboard phones, flick typing, flickkey.

Recently changed in this version

Initial Beta version. Try it free for 200 days. (Then download the commercial version.)

+ 0.f changes: Bug Fixes. (Somewhat works on a Galaxy Gear now - Sideload and run app, but dont' select anything from the install menu. Just restart Gear and also side load an app that uses a keyboard - like ColorNote.)
+ 0.g changes: Better flick detection at edges of screen.


Comments and ratings for FlickKey™ Keyboard (Beta)
  • (62 stars)

    by Daniel Steen on 15/07/2013

    This is really a great keyboard! After just a bit of practice i can finally type without looking at the keyboard!!!

  • (62 stars)

    by Khent Reyes on 23/05/2013

    I got used to this within an hour!! I'm even typing this with flick key! lol I suggest that the letters in each panel should be customizeable and more themes on the next update. :)

  • (62 stars)

    by Eben Van Rooyen on 04/05/2013

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  • (62 stars)

    by José A. Aponte Marrero on 26/03/2013

    "260313...tryout...thanks..."

  • (62 stars)

    by Darrin McNeice on 20/03/2013

    I used this on my iPhone a few years ago and switched to the Android. I have been waiting for this to come out. It takes a bit of getting used to, much like switching any keyboard but once you get the hang of it, it is really easy. The text prompts are fa

  • (62 stars)

    by Rich OBrien on 19/03/2013

    once i get a grasp of where each letter is, I'm sure it'll be easy to use but none has been able to beat Swype. It's getting easier as I type this but not efficient at all.... Much easier in qwerty layout. No Definitive conclusion yet though. Either lay