SwiftKey’s Milestone Black Friday Deal
SwiftKey started out a little over a year ago as a keyboard for Android. It began with alpha testers, and found its way to the Android Market, in beta form. The people at SwiftKey later updated it, making it a full application in the Market. Today the SwiftKey team is proud to announce that their app has reached over half a million downloads. This is a milestone for a great keyboard app that will hopefully see even more features as time passes. To celebrate, they’re slashing the price of their app, normally around $4, to $1.99, but only for today. There’s also a free trial version, but it obviously doesn’t have all the bells and whistles like the full paid version. So, what are you waiting for? This discounted price won’t last long. Head on over to the Android Market and search for “SwiftKey” or scan the QR code below. You can check out the full press release here. Congratulations to SwiftKey on reaching 500,000 downloads as well!
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