When iOS introduced support for third-party keyboards, SwiftKey – one of the most popular keyboards for Android – was quick to throw its hat into the battle for best input app.
It’s been lagging a bit behind the Android version, however, so today the keyboard has been updated with new features to bring the apps closer to parity.
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iPad users are also getting a neat feature their iPhone and Android counterparts have had for a while: you can now use the “Flow” feature on the tablets, with which you can type by sliding your finger from letter to letter – SwiftKey’s take on Swype.
There are some other improvements too, including the option to add a typing sound instead of haptic feedback, support for 11 new languages, layout improvements and the usual bug fixes. You can grab the update from the App Store now.