Enter SwiftKey 4 With Flow and Improved Predictions

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  • 20 Feb 2013
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  • Having waited for so long to get our hands on the final release for the new version of SwiftKey, we can finally download it and there is always some great news for those who haven´t purchased it so far as it is on sale. TouchType has now developed the most complete and advanced methods of typing on Android.


    Having made the best software keyboard for Android since they brought it to version 3, with interface and prediction improvements, there was little that the developers behind SwiftKey could do more, yet they managed to exceed all expectations. A while back in 2012 the team advertised what seemed to be a whole new product based on SwiftKey 3 but called Flow. The inpt method allowed typing by the use of swype gestures and completed by the excelent features and predictions of the SwiftKey Keyboard, it made for the best you could get on the platform.

    After about two months of severe beta testing and reporting, SwiftKey Flow is finally out, celebrating it with a sale on the Play Store. The Flow functionality has in fact been integrated into the main app that has now reached version 4 and on top offers prediction improvements and enhancements. It is also available for 60 languages, and with the new version including Albanian, Bosnian, Javanese, Sundanese, Thai, Vietnamese. The Flow functionality has also seen improvements since the last Beta, and it is also able to gesture multiple words without lifting a finger.

    SwiftKey 4 is available at a special price on the Store, for both tablets and smartphones.

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