SwiftKey for iOS to be available starting September 17th

SwiftKey for iOS to be available starting September 17th
One of the most popular third party keyboard apps for Android devices, is moving to the Apple iPhone, Apple iPad and Apple iPod touch. SwiftKey will be available for iOS 8 starting on September 17th, the same day that Apple starts pushing out the latest version of its mobile OS. For the first time, iOS 8 allows third party virtual keyboards to be employed on the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Many iOS users familiar with SwiftKey, have been looking forward to the day when they could download and install the app on their iDevice.

SwiftKey learns how, and what you type. Certain phrases are remembered, allowing you to type a complete word with a single tap. Fewer typos are made when the program learns your style. And you can type in two languages simultaneously, without having to switch keyboards. If you're familiar with Swype, you will probably enjoy SwiftKey Flow, which allows you to slide your finger from letter to letter in order to type. Right now, this is will be available on the Apple iPhone and Apple iPod touch only.

SwiftKey Cloud allows your typing style to be examined from your Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, and Evernote accounts, and also allows your "personal dictionary" to be available to SwiftKey across different devices and operating systems. When it launches on the 17th, SwiftKey will support English, Portuguese, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

SwiftKey was once a paid app, but is now free with in-app purchases available. There are surely a large number of iOS users looking forward to the 17th of this month, when SwiftKey becomes available to them.



source: SwiftKey via SlashGear

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