Swiftkey Keyboard Exits Beta, Enters Android Market as Full Application
Swiftkey has exited beta and is now available as a full application in the Android Market. They keyboard, which combines some seriously good auto-predicting and multi-touch goodness, will be available for only 0.94 cents for the time being. This is a keyboard replacement you are definitely going to want to pick up. It’s the best I have used. Even better than Swype in my opinion.
Check out their site for more information. Oh, and also let us know what you think of the final version. I think it’s much better than the beta.
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