Thanks to developer for finally making this available in my country. I've been waiting since last year. The best part about this keyboard is it's very easy to figure out how to use it. It uses the familiar QWERTY layout, and the important keys are all visible at a glance and easy to discover too. Unlike the competitors, there's no need to tap-hold-swipe here. The only problem is it's going to take some time to get used to.
Great Novel keyboard for smart watches. Takes awhile to get used to but worth it.
Pretty good At first, the keyboard seemed really slow, but I can see how you could get faster at it with time. This makes good practice for when you decide to get the Android Watch app of this keyboard.
Interesting idea This keyboard needs work but I like the idea overall. The more you use it the better it gets; especially with the popup suggestion feature. Once you start learning the best way to flick for particular words it can get fairly fast. Maybe not the fastest way to type, but I personally like to try new things so this is fun for me.
After testing for 1 month, I have mixed results on this IME. On 7 inch screens like my Nexus 7 2012, it's a useless app because it's slower to input a character on said keyboard in comparison to any standard keyboard and I don't have accuracy issues at all on QWERTY keyboards. HOWEVER, On 4 to 4.7 inch screens like my Motorola Atrix 4G and my Moto X 2013, it's an AWESOME app because I have frequent and annoying mistyping accuracy issues typing on those devices when using standard QWERTY keyboard (that includes swiftkey unfortunately). On even smaller screens like my Samsung Galaxy ACE II (on cyanogen ROM) or my Moto 360 1st gen, IT GETS EVEN BETTER! Two thumbs up for the developper!
Does not install on LG G Watch
Added Redo command. If autocorrect mistakenly changes a correct word, just use BackspaceWord to remove it, then use Redo to put back in the originally typed word - with two simple flicks!
Note: FlickKey will become a Wear 2.0 IME in fall.
Added in a previous update: Emojis/Smiley popup key. (About 150 emoticons!) Note: Type a space before bringing up the popup key.
Best tips: For non-English keyboard layouts, accented keys and alternative forms are in the Popup Flick-keys!