A favorite of many an Android users, Swiftkey has introduced three new themes and 2 “remixes” of classics just in time for Lollipop.
SwiftKey devotees with a taste for Googley designs will be happy to hear that there are two Material themes now available in the SwiftKey Store.
Everyone types a little differently and in this list, we’ll help you find your best keyboard for Android.
This week’s Android customization wants to help you stay ahead of the curve. Let’s make sure you know how to manage your Android keyboards so you can stay ahead of those other guys that finally got third party keyboards too.
A new update to Swiftkey has arrived, bringing performance improvements that greatly reduce lag and other issues that the keyboard is known to have.
SwiftKey is now free! One of Android’s most popular keyboards is now free for anyone to grab and it now employes a freemium model. Click to read more!
A new SwiftKey update has arrived to Google Play, bringing new personalization options for Evernote and Google+, alongside some bug fixes.
It’s April 1st, meaning that we all have to be extra careful about the “news” we share or – the horror – blog about. Here’s a roundup of pranks tech companies have been pulling this April Fool’s.
The holidays and CES are over but the app space is as active as ever. Join us for this week’s latest app news and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
On Tuesday night Swiftkey officially announced a new version of its beta app, adding quite a few bug fixes and a redesigned emoji keyboard layout. Keep reading for more details!