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SwiftKey Keyboard

By SwiftKey


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SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is a smart keyboard that learns from you, replacing your device’s built-in keyboard with one that adapts to the way you type. The app learns your writing style to give you super-accurate autocorrect and intelligent next-word prediction, reducing keystrokes and getting smarter over time. SwiftKey Keyboard is loaded with features to make typing even easier, including multilingual typing, support for over 800 emoji (emoticons) and speedy swipe typing with SwiftKey Flow.

SwiftKey learns your writing style to predict your next word with uncanny accuracy. Autocomplete a whole word with a single tap, instead of typing letter by letter.

Say goodbye to typos with autocorrect based on your personal writing style. SwiftKey even inserts missed spaces for you.

Choose a different way to type by sliding from letter to letter with SwiftKey Flow.

Type in up to two languages at once, without changing any settings.

Sign up for SwiftKey Cloud to make SwiftKey even smarter in just seconds.

Spoil yourself with over 800 emoji characters to enhance your words.

SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone & iPad supports the following languages:

-English (United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Canada)

- Afrikaans
- Arabic
- Bulgarian
- Catalan
- Croatian
- Czech
- Danish
- Dutch
- Farsi
- Finnish
- French (France, Canada)
- German
- Greek
- Hebrew
- Hinglish
- Hungarian
- Icelandic
- Indonesian
- Italian
- Latvian
- Norwegian
- Polish
- Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil)
- Romanian
- Russian
- Serbian
- Slovak
- Spanish (Spain, United States, Latin America)
- Swedish
- Turkish

Supports iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 8 and above.
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What's New in Version 1.6.2

Bug fixes and performance improvements


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Customer Reviews

I love this app when it works correctly.

This app is awesome until they update it. Every time there is an update the keyboard becomes null so you can't choose it. You have to go into the app and just start hitting buttons and also into your phone settings and hit all the buttons there to try and get it to become active again. Once it becomes active again, and it can take a while to hit the right combination of buttons, it's fantastic. Just slide your finger over the letters of the word you want and most of the time you get the right word. I'd give 5 stars of it was just easier to get it working again after updates. It's not as simple as granting full access each time either. What is the magic button to click to get it to not be null after an update. It's like the entire app has to be reset every single time there's an update.

needs cursor control

When I have to do a lot of text entry with editing, I wish the iOS keyboard had cursor controls. I've found that the editor keyboard for Pythonista has very good control of the cursor on a single line. Dragging a finger over the top row of the keyboard can move the cursor left or right. There's no vertical control, but horizontal control is the most difficult to control, so this is very helpful. I wish SwiftKey had this feature. I miss the ability to select ".com" and ".org" by holding the period key. I wish SwiftKey hadn't taken that feature away. After using Swiftkey for a while, I began to dislike the way out slowed down my entire device. Finally, I. realized Google Keyboard (GBoard) supports the same fast typing system using drawing on the keyboard, just like Swiftkey. I've uninstalled Swiftkey and I don't plan to use it ever again.

Not a bad alternative....but..

As far as having a swipe keyboard that works and doesn't crash (like swype keyboard) this is your only option (as far as i know). However, is not perfect.

Predicative text is horrible and at times the swipe feature doesn't even work. You have to start over until you see the line appear then start swiping. If you spell a word incorrectly it doesn't give you the proper word to change it to. It will just show you the word you spelt wrong as an option to use and not the correct spelt word. You also can't add words to dictionary

Those are my main gripes with this keyboard. It's very frustrating. If Swype keyboard wasn't so outdated I would definitely switch back. I hope there is an update coming that addresses these issues.

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This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad
  • Free
  • Category: Utilities
  • Updated:
  • Version: 1.6.2
  • Size: 84.2 MB
  • Languages: English, Arabic, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish
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Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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