Users of SwiftKey, the extremely popular third party keyboard, can apply newly updated themes inspired by Google’s latest Android release, Lollipop. Material Dark and Material Light are the first two in a promised series of Material Design-inspired skins. (more…)
An update is rolling out to users of SwiftKey this morning, bringing with it a ton of performance enhancements for Flow, typing, and keyboard loading time. Other fixes included in the update are repairs for Yahoo! personalization, a background disappearance bug, and other numerous force close issues.
Besides a ton of optimizations and bug fixes, the team has also added in new themes, as well as three new languages – Kyrgyz, Tajik and Turkmen.
For the full changelog, look below. (more…)
SwiftKey is pretty darn useful, especially for one-handed typing. That said, more than a few people undoubtedly had a hard time justifying the price, which was admittedly high for a third-party keyboard. Starting today, the developers of SwiftKey are addressing that complaint by offering the base experience for free. (more…)
If you use SwiftKey and are as horrible a touch typist as I am, you’ll be extremely pleased to hear that the makers of the venerable third-party keyboard for Android are rolling out features to improve typing predictions and autocorrect.
Updated personalization options within SwiftKey version 4.4.5 allow the app to collect typographical data from Google+ public posts and Evernote archives, much in the same way as Google’s most recent Keyboard release. The app goes one step further for owners of iOS devices; if you have SwiftKey Note connected to Evernote, the app will now also glean typographical information from that. (more…)
Third party keyboard lovers can go pick up the latest update to hit Google Play for SwiftKey, one of more popular keyboard apps to ever launch for Android. In the newest update, version 4.4.2 (kinda neat), the developers were able to cut back on the amount of RAM the app was using, as well as fix several other memory and performance issues. (more…)
If you didn’t believe that CES 2014 was the year of the car entertainment system, let me convince you. SwiftKey, one of the most popular third-party keyboard replacements for Androoid, will soon be coming to a car’s touchscreen near you. SwiftKey and Clarion have partnered together to bring their typing technology to cars this year. (more…)
Swiftkey introduced us to a new beta last week that included two highly requested features: over 500 emoji and an optional number key. Today, they are taking care of their paid fans through Google Play by pushing out update v4.4. In v4.4, the highlight is a new “Ice” theme that arrives just in time for the holidays. When active, the theme will create a snowstorm as your Flow through words or simply drop a snowflake as you thumb tap away. So merry. (more…)
Swiftkey, a 3rd party keyboard that remains one of the favorites around this site, received a beta update to version 4.5 this morning that finally introduces emoji and an optional number row. Seems silly, right? That we’re talking about an update that introduces 500+ emoji. Oh, how the times have changed in this funny tech world. But hey, emoji. (more…)