SwiftKey is about to get a whole lot better. We've been hearing tons lately about the upcoming SwiftKey Flow keyboard that will take on Google's own gesture keyboard, and Swype, but their latest video shows us just how awesome Flow will really be. It's called "Flow Through Space" and shows that we'll soon be able to type without ever lifting a finger. Just flowing from word to word all with one seamless motion.
SwiftKey. However, users with Nexus devices who upgrade to Android 4.2 might find that their installation of SwiftKey gets completely deleted upon upgrading. For some users, the keyboard only gets soft disabled, which is annoying, but not nearly as much as problem as the users who are finding the keyboard to be completely deleted.
SwiftKey this afternoon. All you texting fans will be happy to know that SwiftKey's next generation Flow keyboard will soon reach the public beta stage where we'll all be able to enjoy the latest and greatest. SwiftKey 3 remains the top 3rd party keyboard for Android, and Flow will introduce gesture-based typing like Swype and the new Android 4.2 Keyboard.
Samsung Galaxy Note II from Verizon is arriving for multiple people across the states who pre-ordered this awesome 5.5-inch flagship smartphone. While enjoying it over the past few days we've noticed a few different keyboard options. Out of the box Verizon and Samsung have the usual Samsung keyboard, but then we noticed a few more. It appears both Swype, and the unreleased SwiftKey Flow are both also pre-installed for your choice.
SwiftKey fans out there. As you all know, we're big fans of SwiftKey here. Being the number one 3rd party keyboard for Android with well over 10 million downloads, we don't need to explain why. What's even better than SwiftKey 3? SwiftKey Flow! Empowering users to enjoy the best of both worlds. With the new Flow you'll be typing and swyping, or "gliding" as SwiftKey puts it. More details below.
SwiftKey 3 keyboard for Android smartphones and tablets. SwiftKey 3 has just been updated to version 3.0.1 and brings with it tons of bug fixes, as well as two new languages, and two fun themes for summer. We have screenshots and all the details below.
SwiftKey 3. Today they've posted a quick update that is available now in the Play Store that solves a few pesky bugs, but most importantly now supports Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and the Nexus 7 tablet.
Swiftkey, has just left its beta tag behind and as of right now is finally available to everyone in the Google Play Store. We've talked about SwiftKey 3 here plenty as we're big fans of the newest version out. Head below for more details, screenshots, video, and download links.
SwiftKey. Their popular keyboard for Android has multiple impressive features like their predictive text engine and more. Today we had a chance to sit down and talk with Joe Braidwood, CMO of SwiftKey about the product, their vision, and why the VIP Forum Community is so important to them.
SwiftKey keyboard has just received another update today for those who take part in their VIP beta. After we announced the new SwiftKey 3 last month, today they've added tons of user-requested features and once again improved on their ever so popular layout.