02/24/2014, The Google Play Store is full of custom Android keyboards but only few are as well known as SwiftKey, which bills itself as the “world’s smartest predictive keyboard.” This premium keyboard, which costs $3.99 on the Play Store, is certainly a popular choice with Android users. Those who switch to Nokia’s new Android phones will fortunately be getting SwiftKey for free.
01/23/2014, Android users have a plethora of options available to them if they don’t feel like using the stock keyboard that’s baked into the OS. The SwiftKey keyboard happens to be one of the most popular third-party keyboards for Android, offering features like Flow, which lets users punch in words by simply sliding their fingers across the keyboard. It appears that the popular keyboard might come over to iOS as well, […]
11/06/2013, A few weeks ago SwiftKey’s “Layouts for Living” upgraded entered beta testing. The upgrade aims to make typing easier for users who have devices with varying screen sizes thus allowing them to type quickly and comfortably on any device and in any context. The new SwiftKey version brings three keyboard layouts, Compact, Full and Thumb. All of them can be undocked, resized and positioned on the screen, where the user wants to […]
06/07/2013, Apple is expected to unveil iOS 7 next week, and SwiftKey is optimistic they will allow third-party keyboards on iOS.
05/15/2013, There’s certainly no shortage of virtual keyboards for Android devices, but SwiftKey has proven to hold its own ground in this particular niche. SwiftKey 3 actually became the top paid app on Google Play last year. Today version 4.1 of this keyboard has been released. This update brings three new themes, Pitch (black), Dusk (navy-blue) and Regal (purple). That’s not all, the price of SwiftKey 4.1 for Android tablets and smartphones […]
03/15/2013, Unlike iOS, Android comes with a host of keyboards to choose from should you not like the stock Android keyboard. SwiftKey is one of them and if you have been enjoying the keyboard on your previous Android devices, you might be pleased to learn that SwiftKey will be the default keyboard of choice on Samsung’s recently announced Galaxy S4! This was confirmed by SwiftKey’s co-founder and CTO, Ben Medlock who […]
08/15/2012, Android keyboard app Swiftkey has been updated to version 3.0.1 and now comes with new colors (sky, fuchsia) and two new languages (Malay and Urdu) in addition to the 42 existing ones. This will make native speakers of those languages pretty happy. As usual, this update comes with a number of bug fixes and improvements. 3.0.1 now includes Google Voice typing, which performs really well for short sentences in Android […]
06/28/2012, Remember SwiftKey 3 that was first released in beta in April this year? Well, it turns out that the app is destined to dominate the app kingdom of Android. Following last week’s announcement of SwiftKey 3′s discounted price of only $1.99 from the usual $3.99 price mark, the company is announcing that its app is now the top best-selling paid app on the Google Play Store. But SwiftKey’s Chief Marketing […]
06/21/2012, If you have always wanted to give SwiftKey 3 a go, but thought that the asking price (although not much in the first place at $3.99) was a wee bit too expensive for your wallet’s taste, here we are with some good news – SwiftKey 3 is now available on the Google Play Store for just $1.99, which means you will be able to purchase it at half price. This […]
04/04/2012, The third generation of Swiftkey virtual keyboard for Android is now available accessible as a free beta to SwiftKey VIPs. We’ve been playing with it on the Galaxy Note and we really liked the overall responsiveness of Swiftkey, which is much snappier than the Note’s Android, Samsung or Swype keyboards. As of late, there was a felling that SwiftKey had lost performance in favor to features, but we’ve been assured […]
05/28/2011, If you’ve used SwiftKey, I’m pretty sure you know how well it can learn all your typing habits and favorite words to use when typing – but in order to get SwiftKey up to that level, it takes weeks, and maybe months before it becomes the perfect keyboard. But the folks over at TouchType LTD have decided to get rid of the learning process with their new version of the […]