Today, the SwiftKey team announced a major update to their app, and the announcement would make their app users count get doubled in a week. SwiftKey Keyboard app is no more a paid app($3.99), now anyone can use SwiftKey for free from now. To a surprise Apple announced at WWDC that iOS 8 will have SwiftKey feature and other third party keyboards too.
The update announcement also includes new themes, emojis, new languages and more. Are you waiting for this opportunity to get SwiftKey for free? Then, reach Google play store quick and bring life to your word. iOS users can give a try with SwiftKey Note.
Ben Medlock and Jon Reynolds, SwiftKey’s co-founders,
“We’re delighted Apple has decided to embrace the importance of opening its platform to third party keyboards. For more than four years, SwiftKey and our millions of users have pioneered faster, easier typing on touchscreens, leading the industry with next-word prediction and smarter autocorrection. Our technology features on more than 200 million devices to date and we can’t wait to reach more. We first brought a taste of our technology to iOS in January this year with the launch of the free note-taking app SwiftKey Note. Are we going to build SwiftKey Keyboard for iOS 8? Of course we are. We’ve already started.”
What’s new on updated SwiftKey Keyboard,
- SwiftKey Store, with 30+ new themes and counting
- New beautiful default theme
- Emoji support, with over 800 to choose from
- Emoji prediction and learning
- Optional dedicated number row
- Improved prediction engine and Flow accuracy
- New languages
- New, improved Flow trails