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Predictions front and center

As you type, SwiftKey's predictions pop up just above the keyboard.
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Personalized learning

If you'd like, you can let SwiftKey access your various accounts so it can learn your unique typing style.
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Flow through space

Similar to Swype, SwiftKey Flow lets you type by swiping across letters. You can even drag your finger across the spacebar to type multiple words without lifting your finger off the screen.
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Split keyboard

SwiftKey offers a split-keyboard layout when you use your tablet in landscape mode. This makes it easier to type with only your thumbs.
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Pick a color

SwiftKey offers a number of different keyboard themes, ranging from Light to Berry.
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Keyboard statistics

SwiftKey keeps a number of stats about your typing habits.
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More languages

The newest version of SwiftKey adds support for more languages, including Thai.
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