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SwiftKey Moves Your Suggestions to the Cloud In Latest Beta Update

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The third-party keyboard replacement, SwiftKey, has some of the best prediction software that can be found on an Android device. However, if you have it installed across multiple devices, the information stored to power those predictions doesn’t travel with you. The SwiftKey team is fixing this problem in the latest beta update by introducing SwiftKey Cloud

Available today, you can backup and restore your suggestions into the new cloud system, so incase your device gets lost or stolen your predictions won’t be lost as well. This allows for people with multiple devices to have the same level of prediction on each device. Also being introduced in this update is trending predictions, where SwiftKey now scans Twitter and other social networks for keywords that are being used during that time and will tailor predictions if your typing calls for it. Personalizing through Facebook, Gmail and Twitter can now all be done with one click, vastly simplifying the process from where it was before.

This update will be rolled out to all users as a free update after being tested as a beta. The download links for the beta are below.

Download Links:  Swiftkey for phones | Swiftkey for tablets

Still using SwiftKey or have you moved on to other keyboards?

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Via: SwiftKey

  • M C

    Now all they need to do is link everyone under the same languages cloud together. so it gets an idea of everything that you could mean.

  • Stephen

    I actually cannot use any other keyboard besides swiftkey now.

  • Inquizitor
    • Bender

      lol

  • mrjayviper

    playing catch-up with swype it seems…

    • Ketan B. Parmar

      Die

  • Michael

    Whoa whoa whoa… This isn’t about Motorola! Irrelevant.

    • jboogie1289

      Thank goodness……………….

  • Butters619

    I will go back to swiftkey when they add an option to remove the “.com” button when you click on the unified search bar in your browser. Until then, stock keyboard is for me.

  • Amon Murray

    The best keyboard gets better, if only there was emoji support. I know that’s childish but i like em so sue me lol

    • Shawn Pourhosseini

      Lawsuit in progress.. See you in court pal

    • michael arazan

      If it didn’t lag every time I open it to type something it would be the best, takes about 5 seconds to open then a few more to start typing on my GNex