According to the team behind Flow (Senic YC S13), “We work on graphic design, video editing or CAD on a daily basis. Keyboard and mouse are great but they are far from giving you the same sensitivity and abilities as your hand.
The same applies for music, browsing or presentations. We need a tool that gives us flexible shortcuts and perfect control, a tool that makes the things we love fast, precise, intuitive and fun.”
Flow has developed controls for more than 30 applications, including YouTube, Spotify and Photoshop, and early backers will get access to their developer platform in March 2015.