The third-party iOS keyboard gets improvements in latest update, including gesture-typing for the iPad.
Living with the iPhone 6 Plus, part 2: In our post-review check-in, Tim takes a deeper look at living with SwiftKey on the iPhone 6 Plus versus his current go-to phablet phone, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3.
If you can accept its limitations, SwiftKey Note's robust predictive keyboard and clean design make it a must-have for taking notes.
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SwiftKey is taking the freemium route, where the app is free, but you spend money on new themes.
With news that Apple will let you swap out the keyboard in iOS, SwiftKey says it's already working on its iOS app.
It's a little limited and a little buggy, but when it comes to fast and easy typing, nothing beats swiping.
Known for its powers of predictive typing, the app now ranks No. 1 among all free iPhone apps in Apple's App Store.
SwiftKey is the best keyboard replacement on Android, hands down, and now Nokia fans can get a proper taste.
Evernote meets SwiftKey in this note-taking app with a predictive keyboard.
SwiftKey's update to 4.3.1 now lets you move the number pad to the left, making it easier to reach for left-handed users.