Swiftkey celebrates 4th anniversary by bringing ‘flow’ out of beta
SwiftKey, easily the most recognizable name in Android keyboards (and possibly Android software altogether) has just turned 4 years old. So, how does an app company celebrate? Cake, cookies, ice cream? Nope – they release more software.
The company has taken their “flow” functionality out of beta, and hit the primetime spotlight with it. The feature is already a huge hit, and is sure to add to their already massive 2 million download, 70,000 5-star rating portfolio. The flow functionality incorporates swiping gestures, and is wonderful to use.
SwiftKey 4 is on sale right now for $1.99 – 2 dollars off – and is a free upgrade for anyone already having purchased SwiftKey in the past. Click the link below to download it now.
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