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SwiftKey keyboard for iOS 8 explored: How does it differ?

SwiftKey keyboard for iOS 8 explored: How does it differ?

By 17 September 2014

With the launch of iOS 8, Apple has introduced the ability to add third party keyboards to your iPhone and iPad. If you've got tired of the Apple keyboard compared to what your Android brothers and sisters use, now might be a good time to change it. That's... >>

SwiftKey Keyboard announced for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, bringing smart auto correction

SwiftKey Keyboard announced for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, bringing smart auto correction

By 10 September 2014

SwiftKey Keyboard has been announced on iOS devices just after Apple's launch of its new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The SwiftKey Keyboard will work on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Although the SwiftKey Flow feature, that lets you slide from letter... >>

SwiftKey is now free, forever

SwiftKey is now free, forever

By 11 June 2014

SwiftKey, the chart-topping keyboard app for Android, is now free, forever. Shifting from a paid app to a freemium app, all Android users will now be able to take advantage of one of the best smart keyboards out there without spending a penny. Instead... >>

Swiftkey: We've already started building Swiftkey keyboard for iOS

Swiftkey: We've already started building Swiftkey keyboard for iOS

By 2 June 2014

Swiftkey has confirmed that the company has already started building a Swiftkey for iOS keyboard. In a statement to Pocket-lint after Apple revealed it would allow third-party keyboards, the company confirmed that it would build and offer its keyboard,... >>

SwiftKey comes to Nokia X family

SwiftKey comes to Nokia X family

By 24 February 2014

SwiftKey has confirmed that its smart keyboard will be available for the newly announced Nokia X Android smartphone. The new Nokia device runs on Android, bringing with it some of the benefits of the wider Android ecosystem and with SwiftKey being one... >>

SwiftKey Note review
5 out of 5

SwiftKey Note review

By 30 January 2014

"I am writing this using SwiftKey on the iPad mini." Yes, you read that correctly - SwiftKey on an Apple device. If you’re wondering how the predictive keyboard software has made its way from Android to Apple, then, no, it's not magic. SwiftKey Note,... >>

SwiftKey comes to iPhone and iPad

SwiftKey comes to iPhone and iPad

By 30 January 2014

Yes, you've read that headline right. SwiftKey, the Android keyboard that helps make typing on an Android-powered smartphone considerably easier, has launched on Apple's iOS. Sadly for SwiftKey, Apple hasn't suddenly decided to allow third-party developers... >>

SwiftKey comes to your car, thanks to Clarion AX1

SwiftKey comes to your car, thanks to Clarion AX1

By 9 January 2014

The march of Android into your car is inevitable, so we're happy to hear the news that SwiftKey has partnered with Clarion to bring its smart keyboard into the car. SwiftKey is the default keyboard for the new Clarion AX1 head unit, which is Android-based.... >>

SwiftKey brings festive snow to your Android phone

SwiftKey brings festive snow to your Android phone

By 23 December 2013

If you're looking to add a little Christmas cheer to your Android phone, then the latest update to SwiftKey will do just that, adding snow to your phone. There are two options available. The first is a new theme called "Ice". You can select it in the... >>

SwiftKey 4.5 beta adds emoji support and option for number row

SwiftKey 4.5 beta adds emoji support and option for number row

By 12 December 2013

SwiftKey has released the latest beta of its chart-topping keyboard app, adding support for emoji as well as giving you the option to add a number row. The SwiftKey 4.5 beta comes just over a month after the keyboard's last major update, which added the... >>