SwiftKey Flow Beta has arrived. The app, as implied by the name, remains in beta which means those looking to play with the latest will need to download the APK file from the SwiftKey website. This update has brought the app up to version 220.127.116.11 and it can be found in two versions -- one for smartphones and one for tablets. The smartphone version is 5.8MB in size and the tablet version is 6.6MB in size.
SwiftKey Flow app update has arrived. Keep in mind though, the app remains in beta which means you will have to download and sideload the APK. This latest release brings the SwiftKey Flow app up to version 18.104.22.168 and it is available in two versions -- one for smartphones and one for tablets.
SwiftKey Flow keyboard have just issued a quick update to their VIP community as version 22.214.171.124. In the latest update to the SwiftKey Flow beta you'll enjoy tons of bug fixes, enhanced features, a better typing experience, and overall better performance. Their keyboard is still in the testing phase but works wonderfully, so read on for the full changelog and known issues.
SwiftKey update has landed in Google Play. This update arrives as v126.96.36.1997 and is available in both the smartphone and tablet versions of the app. As for the changes and additions, it looks like a new theme and some new languages as well as some fixes and improvements.
LG Nexus 4 the wait is still a little long, but we're hearing they are shipping at a faster rate as of late to those who have ordered. Samsung had plenty of announcements, and Motorola had a lot of update news. Read on for the full rundown of the past week.
SwiftKey, but today it's finally available. The next generation in keyboards is finally here and they're calling it SwiftKey Flow. We first mentioned this back in October, and today they've opened up their public beta to all the members of the SwiftKey VIP community.
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.