FITALY is a keyboard layout specifically optimized for stylus or touch-based input. The design places the most common letters closest to the centre to minimize distance traveled while entering a word. The name, FITALY, is derived from the letters occupying the second row in the layout (as QWERTY comes from the 1st row of standard keyboards).
In the first of several keyboards in the system, lowercase letters are arranged in the following pattern: z v c h w k f i t a l y n e g d o r s b q j u m p x
There are uppercase, numeric, and symbol keyboards as well, and various strokes (rather than taps) are used for both shifting case and selecting symbols.