Popular third-party iOS keyboard SwiftKey received a major update today, adding an emoji keyboard, along with a new feature for iPad users, SwiftKey Flow, which allows iPad users to swipe the keyboard to enter text. The feature was previously restricted to the iPhone.
What’s New in Version 1.2
– Add more fun to your messages with a choice of over 800 emoji
– Your favourite emojis are learned and predicted, just like the words you like to use
11 New Languages
– Bulgarian, Croatian, Greek, Hinglish, Icelandic, Indonesian, Latvian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Turkish
SwiftKey Flow on iPad
– Tired of tapping? Choose a different way to type by swiping from letter to letter with SwiftKey Flow
Keyboard Click Sounds
– The option to accompany each tap of a key with a click noise
– General bug fixes
– Layout improvements
The new emoji feature is accessible via the SwiftKey keyboard. The feature learns and predicts which emoji you use most often to increase your speed when entering smiling faces or the poo symbol.
SwiftKey Flow for the iPad allows users to enter text by swiping their finger along the keyboard, allowing them to enter text faster. This feature was previously available only on the iPhone.
There are also 11 new languages available for use in SwiftKey, they include: Bulgarian, Croatian, Greek, Hinglish, Icelandic, Indonesian, Latvian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, and Turkish.
The SwiftKey Keyboard is available FREE for the iPhone and iPad in the App Store. [DIRECT LINK]