FlickType Keyboard

FlickType Keyboard

By Kpaw, LLC

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2018-04-26
  • Current Version: 2000.3
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 63.96 MB
  • Developer: Kpaw, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.2 or later.
Score: 3.90796
From 402 Ratings


FlickType is the practical QWERTY keyboard for Apple Watch, as well as a fully accessible iPhone keyboard for visually impaired users. TYPE EFFORTLESSLY, ANYWHERE. FlickType's universal design makes typing easy, fast, and comfortable — even on your Apple Watch! SURPRISINGLY SMART. When typing, don't slow down and try to be accurate. Simply tap where it feels right and FlickType's unique algorithm will find the correct word from the pattern of your taps. Say goodbye to painfully slow editing operations — delete and change entire words with a single flick of your finger on iPhone. On the Apple Watch keyboard, use the Digital Crown to change words or even move the cursor. LIMITED VISION. The FlickType keyboard is designed to be as accessible as possible on both iPhone and Apple Watch, featuring large keys, highly readable visual announcements, high-contrast color themes, and much more. FAST, EASY & FUN. FlickType users type a whole three to four times faster compared to the standard keyboard, VoiceOver typing, or even dictation after edits. And utilizing the standard QWERTY layout means you don’t have to learn a new way to type. Emoji, text shortcuts, and deep customization options make typing fluid and fun, just as it should be — even on your Apple Watch! TYPE WITH YOUR EARS. FlickType can speak back to you when you type or edit, enabling a completely eyes-free writing experience. People who are blind write millions of words every month using it, typing just as fast as everyone else. Voice feedback on the Apple Watch keyboard is currently limited to VoiceOver users only. If you like our Apple Watch keyboard, look for more watch apps with FlickType Keyboard on the App Store! Follow us on Twitter for updates. NOTE: Currently only English is supported.



  • it’s okay

    By makayla💗
    I love the app because now I get to text people using emojis but what I don’t like is how you have to go on the app and reply. I wish you could just have the keyboard right away. but what I also don’t like is how you don’t get to choose to type in lower case, then how it changes the words to something random which I also don’t like.
  • Another language

    By Maurycio Medina
    I have many Brazilian friends who bought the app and we always talked that the app could have other languages, such as Portuguese, Spanish, German, Italian, Russian, among others inserted in the app. Do you intend to increase the application's language support?
  • Bad app

    By jc5394
    Don’t see a point in this app it doesn’t even work charged me way more then it should’ve for an app
  • Great app, and easy to use!

    By Anto Rados
    Firstly I have to say that I only use this app on my watch, and not iOS. That being said, I absolutely love the app! It’s easy to use, completes words exceptionally well, and I find it amazingly difficult to tap the wrong letters. Love it! Great work
  • Not sure why it's only for the blind or limited sighted.

    By Gounglite
    This is by far my favorite keyboard. I use it in my iPhone 11 pro Max. I've tried all the top ones. Simple, clean, and in a class by itself. Absolutely blows Fleksy out of the water. It's ability to guess what you are typing is simply amazing. Nothing comes close. Absolute perfection in a clean simple keyboard without all the bells and whistles and worthless clutter.
  • Won’t Install

    By Bama1980
    I paid for the app but it would not install on my Apple Watch. Make sure it’s compatible with yours before purchasing.
  • Almost good

    By Doc Bety
    The idea of this app is great as many have stated: HOWEVER, the predictive text/auto-correct makes it very hard to use. The punctuation and Capitalization options don’t work as demonstrated in the videos and if you want to type in a name other than John and Jane you’re going to get frustrated really fast. I wish I could just type the letters i want to type without them automatically changing to what the app thinks I want to say.
  • Great keyboard, but not useful yet.

    By sufuri
    I was amazed at how well the typing works and how easy it was to correct and edit words. As a keyboard, this app is the best for Apple Watch. As a useful tool, however, this app still needs some work. Replying to a message shouldn’t require opening the keyboard separately, it should be integrated into messages. There biggest problem I see though, is that you can only reply to individuals—there’s no functionality to send or reply to group messages which makes this app useless for me. If those two things were fixed, I’d rate this app 5 stars easily.
  • Won’t let me write my name

    By LA linguist
    This app has a great concept and it’ll be wonderful when they get the bugs out. But it’s not useful to me right now because it’s very inaccurate. My name is Jonny, but it repeatedly spells out Jimmy, no matter how I try to adjust where I’m typing. I finally managed to type out “Jo” but when I tried to add the “n” it changed the “Jo” and spelled “kin.” Trying to type other words gives the same sort of problems, so it’s unfortunately not at all functional for me. Worked perfectly on the video review I watched, but not for me. I look forward to the update, and will revise my review if it starts working for me.
  • Not practical

    By ashahan2012
    In order to type a message you must open the app then select who to send it to. Which mean I have to open my messages then go to this app, then send a message. It just seems like such an unnecessary extra step. I’m honestly upset I paid $2 for something I’ll now never use.