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SwiftKey comes to iOS

SwiftKey is a much-loved keyboard for Android that, until now, hasn't made its way to iOS. That all changes with SwiftKey Note, a note-taking app that uses the company's predictive keyboard to make your typing faster and more accurate, and then syncs everything you write with Evernote.

SwiftKey's keyboard understands what you're typing based on the letters you tap, so it can correct misspellings and give you predictions for your next word.

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Text formatting

You can change the formatting on your text to add bold, italic, and underline effects, and even bullet points.

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Evernote sync

If you choose to connect your Evernote account to the app, everything you write in SwiftKey Note will sync with Evernote. You won't be able to edit previously written notes in the app, just the ones you have written in Note.

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All notes

The home screen shows every note you've typed in SwiftKey Note.

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Faster, more efficient typing

SwiftKey Note gives you stats on how the app has helped increase your typing efficiency, including many keystrokes you've saved.

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Tweak the keyboard

Note has several settings for tweaking the keyboard, including adding different languages and changing what the spacebar does.

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