Swiftkey has updated iPhone app with several improvements and enhancements. The third party keyboard that landed on iOS devices in September is being updated to version 1.0.4.
SwiftKey for Android has been updated with a major performance improvement and support for new Indian languages. The company says that the keyboard appears on screen between 15 percent and 20 percent faster.
SwiftKey has introduced Chinese language support for its keyboard in beta on Android. The popular third party keyboard said that Chinese is on of the most requested language and hence the company has launched the support for the same.
SwiftKey for iOS 8 has been updated with support for more languages. The new languages included in this update are Swedish, Danish, Norwegian and Dutch.
Months after launching its own store called SwiftKey Store for themes, SwiftKey has finally released two new themes based on Google’s Material Design for its Android Keyboard. These two premium themes are called Material Dark and Material Light. These are inspired from the Material Themed Android L keyboard, but it has own unique SwiftKey touch, says the company. Continue reading “SwiftKey for Android finally gets Material Design themes”
SwiftKey has been updated with a slew of new features on Android. The popular third party keyboard has undergone a major performance improvement along with speed in the latest update.
SwiftKey keyboard for Android went free last month and since then the user base of the app has increased incredibly. The popular keyboard app has seen a massive 54% increase in the amount of monthly users since last month.
With the announcement of iOS 8, Apple as usual brought to its mobile platform a lot of consumer centric features. An unexpected one amongst them was the ability to switch the default keyboard. After giving the application necessary permissions on your iPhone or iPad, replacement keyboards will have system wide access to all the services or applications.
This comes at a time when Apple themselves revealed a new keyboard for iOS 8 called QuickType. This new way to type essentially brings Windows Phone 8 like WordFlow prediction to iOS. Supported in 14 regions, it will bring up contextual words as you type so as to save time. Continue reading “Apple opens up iOS 8 to 3rd party keyboards, Swiftkey, Swype & Fleksy on their way”
Sometime during the last week, we brought you information that SwiftKey will be coming to iOS pretty soon. That rumor has just transformed into official information and SwiftKey have released their application on the App Store and it is live. The application is not a stand-alone keyboard app that it is and as seen on the Google Play Store, but is more of a note-taking app.
One of the best things about Android is the ability to replace whatever you don’t like – keyboards and launchers for example. iOS has always been, is and will be a closed environment without allowing users to replace their on-screen keyboards among many other things. SwiftKey, one of the very popular Keyboard applications on the Android platform, has been repeatedly asked by its fan-base to develop something for the iOS despite the restriction being on Apple’s side.
SwiftKey 3 Beta has been updated to 184.108.40.206, that brings some UI improvements, Improved Smart Space, Refined Smart Punctuation pop-up, bug fixes. The first version of the SwiftKey 3 Beta was launched last month. Continue reading “SwiftKey 3 Beta for Android gets UI improvements, better Smart Space and bug fixes”
SwiftKey keyboard for Android has been updated to version 3 Beta that brings new features including smart space, larger spacebar with improved typing UI, new themes including ICS-inspired Holo themes and more. Continue reading “SwiftKey 3 Beta for Android brings smart space, improved UI, themes and more”