SwiftKey arrives to iOS in cahoots with Evernote, pretends to be a note-taking app
Evernote, right? You also know the SwiftKey keyboard, which has topped the Editor's Picks and bestsellers lists in the Google Play Store for a while now.
These two had the brilliant idea to join forces for the rumored SwiftKey debut on iOS, integrating the award-winning virtual keyboard into the SwiftKey Note application that can start rolling out to your iPhone as soon as today.
Given how Apple sniffs at third-party anything on its platform, it seems like a brilliant move, as the app can be marketed as simply a note-taking one, of which there are thousands in the App Store.
The Note app uses SwiftKey for text input (evidently), with its excellent text-prediction, corrections and formatting functionality. Unlike the Android version of the keyboard, the app is free for now, so you can head over to the source link and grab it to see if it will appeal to you better than the stock iOS keyboard.