The SwiftKey Flow beta made its debut on Android devices last December. Just as the final version is about to hit Google Play, the team has updated the Flow beta once more.
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.
Your feedback while using SwiftKey Flow Beta hasn’t gone unnoticed, as the developer is releasing an update for the popular keyboard app that should enhance its performance.
SwiftKey 3 has received an update, which includes a new Berry theme, additional language packs, and other improvements. The popular keyboard app is also discounted to $2.
True to their word, the Swiftkey team has now made the Flow beta app available for beta testing. The new Swiftkey brings gesture based typing and an innovative new feature that lets you type entire phrases without ever lifting the finger from the touchscreen. Great news for lazy typists everywhere!
Swiftkey is one of the best keyboard apps out there, thanks to a rich set of features and a smart prediction system that lets you forget about typos. Swiftkey Flow, the next version of the keyboard app, is approaching release, but not before it goes through a public beta testing period.
SwiftKey Flow, while announced, has yet to come available in Google Play. That said, some Galaxy Note 2 users are reporting an option to enable SwiftKey Flow in the keyboard settings and it appears as if there may have been a quiet launch.
We often see Black Friday sales for hardware, however that does not mean software cannot also see similar sales. Enter SwiftKey 3, which has seen a 50 percent price cut for Black Friday.
Behold übertexters. Swype is here to save your thumbs from cramping. The Seattle-based company aims to shine where other Android keyboards lack.
When it comes to keyboard add-ons, there are many choices out there. While the most popular keyboard in use is probably Swype, many users also swear by SwiftKey 3. What makes SwiftKey 3 so special? It’s able to guess what you are going to type before you type it, and it learns the words and phrases you use regularly, so its predictions become better with time. According to SwiftKey’s site, they have saved its users over 65 billion keystrokes. The keyboard will even automatically correct your messages if you write quickly and sloppy, making spelling fixes and more.