SwiftKey Flow Close to Beta Release for Subscriber Testing

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  • 01 Dec 2012
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  • TouchType Ltd. are the developers behind one of the most successful apps for the Android platform and one of the (if not the) best software keyboards available. SwiftKey is used by millions of users around the Globe and it has been the Editor’s Choice on the Google Play Store for quite some time.


    We’ve talked about TouchType getting ready to improve upon an already great product, by adding swipe gestures to the new keyboard called SwiftKey Flow. There was also aan interesting development as the upcoming app was installed and found running on a Samsung Galaxy Note.

    If you are among the large number of subscribers for the test version of SwiftKey Flow, then we have some great news for you. The developers have announced that the Beta version nearly ready and you will soon be able to take it for a spin.  SwiftKey Flow will be available in final for as an update for those that have purchased the main release – SwiftKey 3. Here is some of the official statement, by Evan Tapper, SwiftKey Community Manager:

    “SwiftKey Flow is very nearly ready for beta testing. When it is, you’ll receive an email with instructions on how to download it and how to leave us feedback. Your comments are very important to us – you’ll be a vital part of making sure that the public release of SwiftKey with SwiftKey Flow is our best keyboard yet.”

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