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Fleksy will be pre-installed on the Galaxy S6

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Last updated: March 1st, 2015 at 19:45 UTC+02:00

Fleksy happens to be one of the most widely used third-party keyboards on Android and folks who are looking forward to pick up the Galaxy S6 from Samsung might be delighted to know that it will come bundled with Samsung’s latest smartphone as a Galaxy Gift. Samsung will offer various apps and services for free through Galaxy Gifts, Keepy is another app that will be free for Galaxy S6 customers, and Fleksy Keyboard will be present as well.

The Fleksy Keyboard gift is a $10 value since it comes with premium themes. Galaxy S6 owners will be able to get it and enjoy the full app experience for free through Galaxy Gifts.

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