The latest SwiftKey beta arrived back in mid-March. These beta releases are available for anyone willing to sideload the app, and also not unheard of. We suspect some are playing in the SwiftKey beta channel, however for many, we suspect the beta releases just provide some hints in terms of upcoming features.

Well, looking back to that last beta update. That one added Evernote and Google+ personalizations — and as of today it has arrived in the Play Store for all to download and begin using. Simply put, if you are an Evernote or Google+ user then this is a SwiftKey update you’ll likely want to grab sooner rather than later.

Basically, SwiftKey will be learning from these two services. In the case of Evernote that means your complete archive of notes. And in the case of Google+ that means your collection of public posts. This was the big addition this time around, however there was also mention of a fix for “several forced closes/crashes.”

Current SwiftKey users will be able to grab the update direct from their device by launching the Play Store and heading to the “My apps” section. Otherwise, new users will be able to find the SwiftKey app using this Google Play Store link.