One of the best virtual keyboards for Android is finally making its way to iOS.
SwiftKey today showed off its long-awaited iOS 8 keyboard, which will bring with it all of the features that made it a hit on Android: Predictive text, intelligent autocorrect, and cloud synchronization so you can bring your typing preferences to multiple devices.
With iOS 8, Apple is finally opening up to third-party keyboards, something Android has supported for years. At WWDC earlier this year, Apple showed off SwiftKey competitor Swype, whose virtual keyboard allows you to swipe your fingers across letters, instead of just hunting and pecking.
And to show it’s pulling out all the stops for this release, SwiftKey also commissioned British actor, comedian, and vocal Apple fan Stephen Fry for its first iOS 8 commercial.
SwiftKey works alongside leading technology manufacturers, mobile operators and software developers to bring customers the highest standards in language technology. Its consumer product, the Android app SwiftKey, has been downloaded mo… read more »
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