SwiftKey – faster, easier, more accurate typing for phones and tablets
What is SwiftKey?
SwiftKey for Android replaces your device’s on-screen keyboard to help you type in an easier, faster and less frustrating way.
SwiftKey is an app I personally use to replace the default keyboard on my HTC One X. It has definitely helped to eliminate those frustrating moments of replying to one of your friend’s text “???” with “Sorry, Stupid Auto-Correct!”
SwiftKey is one of the best-selling Android apps in the world. In 2012, it spent more days as Google Play’s No.1 paid download than any other app.
To start with, setting up SwiftKey is pretty straight forward and simple. You set your theme, language and then jump right into typing. From there SwiftKey starts to learn you, and how to you type.
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The features of this keyboard seem just short of endless.
The app is packed full of features to help you type, from the award-winning prediction engine that learns how you write to predict your next word, to SwiftKey Flow, which lets you write whole phrases without lifting a finger.
With Smart Space, SwiftKey Flow, Themes, all the different language options, I think SwiftKey definitely out preforms most, if not all, default keyboards.
You can click the first download link to get the trail of Swiftkey on your android device, or you can click the second download link to buy Swiftkey for $3.99 on the Playstore.
What We Liked
- SwiftKey Flow
- The smoothness of typing on the keyboard.
Room for Improvement
- More Customizable Themes.
[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchtype.swiftkey.phone.trial”]Download SwiftKey Trail for Android[/download_link]
[download_link link=”https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.touchtype.swiftkey”]Download SwiftKey for Android[/download_link]
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