Billing itself as the “World’s Smallest Keyboard,” The FlickKey Mini is a $2 iOS text editor and note taking app that offers the bare minimum of features. Look more closely, though, and FlickKey Mini looks a lot more interesting. Far from being just App Store dross, FlickKey Mini could offer a preview on how we’ll type on the next iPod Nano.
The idea’s simple. It replaces the usual iPhone keyboard with just six tiny keys, perfectly sized for a watchface. Each key, in turn, has nine alphanumeric or punctuation characters on it. To type, you simply tap one of the keys and flick it in the direction of the character you want.
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FlickKey Mini Shows How You Could Write Emails On The Next iPod Nano | Cult of Mac.