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How do I turn on SwiftKey’s keyboard click sounds on iPhone & iPad?

6th February 2015

Hi everyone,

Welcome to this week’s installment of SwiftKey Keyboard Tips & Tricks! In case you missed the news yesterday, we announced our biggest update to SwiftKey for iPhone & iPad yet. Among a slew of other features, we also introduced keyboard click sounds on iPhone & iPad, so thought we’d tell you how to turn this new feature on.

Click sounds are brand new to SwiftKey for iOS and are turned off by default. Here’s what you need to get those sounds up and clicking.SwiftKey-iPhone-KeyboardClickSounds

Open the container app (the app on your homescreen) and go into:

  • ‘Keyboard Settings’
  • ‘Advanced Settings’
  • Tap on ‘Key Click Sounds’

Note: You will also have to make sure that your iOS device has the system settings activated for key click sounds as well.

This can be found by going into:

  • ‘Settings’
  • ‘Sounds’
  • Scroll to the bottom and make sure ‘Keyboard Clicks’ is turned on

Are you excited to have click sounds on your iPhone & iPad? Let us know on Twitter!

Have suggestions for other Tips & Tricks you’d like to see? Feel free to share your ideas in the comments; we’d love to hear them. If you missed last week’s installment, check it out here: How do I type in two languages on iPhone and iPad? Don’t forget – we added 11 new languages yesterday!

You can download SwiftKey Keyboard for free on Google Play and the Apple App Store now:

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Cheers,
Ryan and the Community Team

3 responses to “How do I turn on SwiftKey’s keyboard click sounds on iPhone & iPad?”

  1. Pete Best says:

    Being able to choose the default system key sounds on android would be cool!

  2. Hareef says:

    Swiftkey for Android had the numberic keyboard on the main keyboard too where in we can long press the keys to insert a numeral instead of shifting to numeric keyboard. The same if available for iPhone/iPad would have been very useful and time-saving.

  3. RF2775 says:

    I have keyboard clicks turned off on iPhone having moved from Android with SwiftKey, but still get clicks – so I’m struggling to see that this FAQ is meaningful?

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