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This article was published on April 16, 2014

Fleksy eyes international growth with AZERTY, QWERTZ and QZERTY keyboard support on Android

Fleksy eyes international growth with AZERTY, QWERTZ and QZERTY keyboard support on Android
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Fleksy is making a bigger push for international markets with the latest version of its smart keyboard app for Android.

With version 2.1, Fleksy now caters for additional keyboard layout options including AZERTY, QWERTZ, and QZERTY, while it’s also adding Swedish, Hungarian, Danish, Slovak, and Czech to its arsenal of supported languages. This takes its total number of tongues to fifteen.

Additionally, QWERTY-alternative keyboard layouts DVORAK and Colemak are also now supported.

001-DVORAK
   
002-AZERTY

Fleksy says two thirds of its downloads have come from outside the US, and it has been adding support for one new language a week since launch, and more will be added in the coming months.

Related read:Fleksy gamifies its Android keyboard app by awarding badges to those who master the advanced features

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