Fleksy's SDK Exits Private Beta, Simple for Developers To Implement

In December of last year, Fleksy introduced its first SDK for iOS, which brought a third-party keyboard to iOS for the first time ever. Today, Fleksy has announced that the SDK has exited private beta and is now ready for a large scale adoption.

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Developers can now implement and use the third party keyboard in their own iOS apps for free with no sign-up required.

Fleksy COO Ioannis Verdelis is confident that major adoption will happen because integrating the keyboard into your own app is very simple and it requires "zero lines of code." I have already tested the implementation into one of my own apps, and the setup process could not get any easier. It took less than 5 minutes to implement the service and get it working.

It is worth a mention that implementing their service into your app requires you and any user of your app to have Fleksy installed on their iOS device.

[via Fleksy SDK]

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