SwiftKey has remained a popular application for Android users who are not happy with the virtual QWERTY on their device. The company has branched out from the Google Play Store, working with BlackBerry on the virtual QWERTY for BlackBerry 10 and has even worked with Samsung to improve the Korean manufacturer's virtual keyboard.
What is unknown is whether SwiftKey will be offering Notes as a stand-alone app, or if it will be offered to developers for inclusion in other apps. There is the possibility that a SwiftKey SDK could be released for iOS developers, something that rival Flesky has already done.
SwiftKey Notes for iOS is outed by evleaks
source: @evleaks via MobileSyrup