But there's a silver lining for current iOS users: If you already have the auto-correct and predictive text keyboard downloaded on a report from ZDNET., you'll be able to continue using it as long as you don't manually uninstall it. It's not yet clear why support for the app's is ending, but the action comes on the heels of months of unresolved iOS user complaints, according to
"Microsoft will continue support for SwiftKey Android as well as the underlying technology that powers the Windows touch keyboard," said Chris Wolfe, director of product management at SwiftKey, in the statement to CNET. "For those customers who have SwiftKey installed on iOS, it will continue to work until it is manually uninstalled or a user gets a new device."
SwiftKey has been downloaded iPhone users who want to download the swipe keyboard themselves., but is also available for
The app will continue to be available and supported forusers.
Microsoft did not immediately respond to a request for comment.