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SwiftKey Note arrives with Evernote in tow

SwiftKey Note arrives with Evernote in tow

Ever the keyboard app-creating developers looking for another road into the iOS world of typing, SwiftKey has revealed an app called SwiftKey Note today, ready for one-shot saving of ideas. This app allows the user to work with SwiftKey's quick-type keyboard with all its various powers alongside full inclusion with Evernote account authorization.

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SwiftKey 4.3 beta brings multiple keyboard layouts with custom positioning

SwiftKey 4.3 beta brings multiple keyboard layouts with custom positioning

SwiftKey has rolled out the latest beta app update. This one brings the app up to version 4.3.0.139, but before anyone knocks this as simply being a bug fixing update in the beta process -- there are some worthwhile changes and improvements this time around. The folks at SwiftKey have this listed as bringing "layouts for living" which is another way of saying more options in terms of keyboards.

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SwiftKey Cloud connects your Android keyboard everywhere you go

SwiftKey Cloud connects your Android keyboard everywhere you go

Though SwiftKey Cloud is only just now in beta here in the summer of 2013, the group suggests, in so many words, that it'll be the future of smart on-screen keyboard software. What we're seeing here is SwiftKey - the 3rd party Android keyboard app - connecting systems as it has in the past with Gmail, Twiter, SMS, and more, only now it'll connect all of your SwiftKey typing from device to device as well, with or without those services.

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World of SwiftKey statistics reveal odd trends galore

World of SwiftKey statistics reveal odd trends galore

This week the folks at SwiftKey have revealed their newest worldwide trends chat, this time calling it "World of SwiftKey". This chart shows a collection of top notches in the countries that've beaten the rest for one reason or another inside the Android keyboard app - the most popular downloaded 3rd party keyboard app in the world, mind you. It all begins with the USA holding the record for Most SwiftKey Users - we won!

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SwiftKey 4 unleashed: Flow your way to next-level Android typing

SwiftKey 4 unleashed: Flow your way to next-level Android typing

Today SwiftKey 4 has been revealed, integrating the abilities of what we've seen very recently with the beta of SwiftKey Flow and a collection of new features we've never seen before. What this app represents is a next-level Android-based on-screen keyboard experience, complete with word predictions, a multi-tiered learning interface, and now the ability to "flow" from key to key for typing without ever lifting a finger.

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SwiftKey Flow Beta available for download and hands-on action

SwiftKey Flow Beta available for download and hands-on action

It's time to get your SwiftKey Flow on with the official Beta release right this minute, complete with a lovely colorful tail for your typing finger! SwiftKey Flow is a new edition of the next-generation predictive keyboard for Android, here bringing on not just one of the most advanced learning engines in the keyboard universe, but a way to type that'll have the competition rather nervous. This release is part of the SwiftKey team's super powerful VIP community, a group of intrepid citizens of the web working as lab rats for the greater good of the app!

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SwiftKey Flow announced, looks to take on Swype

SwiftKey Flow announced, looks to take on Swype

If you're an avid Android user, you're probably using a third-party keyboard app of some kind. It's not that the stock keyboard sucks, but it's just that there's other keyboard options that are a lot better. For most users, it's a fight between SwiftKey and Swype. Both are very different from each other, but face stiff competition. However, SwiftKey is looking to offer the best of both worlds with SwiftKey Flow.

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SwiftKey 3.0.1 update brings Google Voice Dictation

SwiftKey 3.0.1 update brings Google Voice Dictation

It's time for the 3.0.1 update to SwiftKey, one of the most in-depth 3rd party onscreen keyboards available for Android right this minute. This update takes the 3.0 update and adds several boosts to already existing features such as Smart Space - where before you were only getting spaces without tapping the space bar if you had everything spelled correctly, now there's two-word corrections and spacing as well. This update also changes out SwiftKey's voice recognition for the official Android Ice Cream Sandwich / Jelly Bean voice input from Google.

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