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Fleksy today updated their Android keyboard with support for new themes and more languages, Arabic and Chinese. The Arabic keyboard is launching in beta today, with the Chinese version coming sometime in the near future.

Fleksy, a well-known Android keyboard alternative, gained popularity after they were the first company to announce that they’d be bringing their keyboard to iOS 8. With only about a month before iOS 8 officially launches, Fleksy has been hard at work to expand their app with new languages, themes and more customizable settings. Over the past year, Fleksy had added support for nearly forty new languages.

Although the Chinese keyboard isn’t launching today, Fleksy released a video of the keyboard in action.

You can download Fleksy from Play Store right here.

 

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