by Robert Nelson, 5 months ago
SwiftKey Flow was originally announced back in late-October and while there seems to be plenty of excitement, we have yet to see anything in terms of public availability. The folks at SwiftKey originally stated that…
The launch of SwiftKey Flow is edging ever closer, but before the final release goes public another beta version has been made available for public download. SwiftKey Flow is pretty much a hybrid between the popular Swype and SwiftKey keyboards, adding new and improved ways to swipe and type on your Android keyboard.
The latest beta update adds improvements to corrections, allowing you just tap on the word for a choice of optional corrections. They've also included an accelerated long press delete so that you can erase entire sentences with ease, and predictions will now work in more text fields in a wider variety of applications.
The app's various themes have also been updated, and a split layout if you put your phone in landscape mode. A load of additional languages have also been added, so you shouldn't have trouble using the app in your native tongue.
Along with the feature improvements, there are also a host of bug fixes included, but there are still a few known issues which are yet to be ironed out. You can check out the full change log on the SwiftKey Flow blog.