Swype was one of the first stand out third party developed keyboards for android, but it was only shipped with certain devices. Sure they had a limited access beta that you could sign up for and use on other devices but it wasn’t publicly accessible.
SwiftKey is without doubt the most popular keyboard on Android. It is, in fact, one of the most popular apps to be found on the Play Store, and has been featured as their ‘Editor’s Choice’ for a very long time. The concept is simple, as a keyboard it reads what you write, and learns your […]
When it comes to keyboards my personal choice is Swiftkey so, with the release of v4 I’m a very happy chappie! SwiftKey 4 is one of the best gesture keyboard apps ever. It is so good at predicting what you type, it borders on being creepy. I can rattle off e-mails, tweets and text messages […]
Fans of the SwiftKey Flow beta rejoice! Another update has been released for users of this very popular keyboard for Android. Following is the update from Evan Tapper, SwiftKey Flow Community member: Hi there, As the launch of the next major release of SwiftKey draws closer, we have an updated Beta for you to try […]
SwiftKey are continuing to send out updates on their Flow development, as part of a major update. These updates come mostly from users, (myself included) sending feedback/requests to SwiftKey. Below you will see the latest press release from them. Included are two direct links to the latest versions for both Smartphones and Tablets, and a […]
When it comes to third-party keyboards Android has it pretty well covered, however, there are only a few that repeatedly get recommended over and over, SwiftKey being one of them. SwiftKey have just released their first public beta of their new ‘Flow’ keyboard and we at Land Of Technology were lucky to have had some […]