Fleksy launches the first Keyboard as a Platform (KaaP). What do we mean by it?
We have been in the keyboard space for some time now. We watch how people interact with it, we hear their frustrations and we have our vision of productivity on a mobile.
Gathering all that, we envisioned the KaaP, Keyboard as a Platform, which we predict is the way all people will use keyboards in the future.
Here’s what we mean by it
A few years back, when you wanted to find something you searched on the web. Today you have “an app for that”. Apps have superseded browsers as the way-to-go for information and entertainment. The problem with apps is that we have a LOT of them (users have 30 apps installed on mobile phones on average) and we need to switch between them while chatting/emailing to access content — and let’s not talk about copy / paste content from one app to the other, which is clumsy, when it works.
For example, while chatting with a friend on your mobile phone, you want to share a song or decide you want to go for dinner and want to find a restaurant.
What generally happens is that you need to leave the chat, open an app, find the link for what you are searching for (the song, a restaurant), then close this app, open the app you were chatting on, and paste the link. A nightmare.
With fleksyapps you don’t need to do all this, as your favourite apps will be accessible from within the keyboard!!! So while chatting, if you decide to share a song from a specific singer, you can simply tap on your favourite music app — without leaving the chat! — and share it. Isn’t that practical and revolutionary?
Easy, simple and instantaneous. Like it should be.
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