SwiftKey Flow Could Already Be Installed on the Galaxy Note II

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  • 30 Nov 2012
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  • Switfkey Flow is a very cool Swype-style QWERTY keyboard, that will be included in SwiftKey 4 once it appears in the Play Store. However, strangely enough it comes as a default on the Samsung Galaxy Note II. Some owners of the device have found the SwiftKeyFlow option in the Language and Input menu.

    However, this feature is not functional just yet. SwiftKey is a very popular app, priced at $3.98, but there’s a free version that works for one month. SwiftKey Flow uses the power of SwiftKey to offer continuous input and real time prediction, with the words “flowing” as keys are pressed. This is built on top of the powerful Swiftkey engine and from the moment you touch the screen SwiftKey Flow to offer predictions based on the movement of the fingers. You just need to let go of the screen when the desired word is predicted.

    SwiftKey Flow supports simultaneous typing by tapping on keys and gliding on the keyboard letters. You can switch between the two as you please, flowing a quick text if you only have one hand free. Swiftkey is able to predict constantly the next word in a sentence, so you may not even have to type some of the words.

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