We have some big news to share! Today at the TechCrunch Disrupt event in San Francisco, we unveiled the first details about SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone, iPad & iPod touch and we want to give the first details and images to you, too.
For those of you who are new to SwiftKey; welcome! SwiftKey’s philosophy is that you should be able to spend less time correcting your typos and more time expressing what you really mean. Our keyboard learns the way you type and the words and phrases that matter to you, constantly adapting to your personal writing style for a smarter typing experience.
We want to make it easy for people to express themselves and tell their stories in their own words. Take a first look at our video, ‘SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone & iPad – Tell your story’, narrated by the one-and-only Stephen Fry, an amazing comedian, actor and activist and a SwiftKey friend.
Here’s a glimpse of what you can expect when SwiftKey Keyboard arrives on iOS on Wednesday, September 17:
SwiftKey proactively suggests what you’re most likely to type next. Autocomplete a whole word with a single tap, instead of typing letter by letter.
Type more accurately
SwiftKey’s smarter autocorrect adapts to the way you type, reducing time spent correcting typos. The app even inserts missed spaces for you.
Teach SwiftKey how you type
SwiftKey Cloud is a collection of features that helps you get even more personalized typing, with safe backup of the way you use language, and seamless syncing across devices and platforms.
Sign up quickly and easily through your Facebook or Google account, and then personalize further through your Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and Evernote archives.
Type in your language(s)
With SwiftKey’s intelligent language detection technology you can type in two languages seamlessly without switching between keyboards.
At launch, SwiftKey Keyboard will support: English (UK, US, AUS, CA), Portuguese (PT, BR), French (FR, CA), German, Italian, Spanish (ES, US, Latin America).
Type your way
Choose a different way to type by sliding from letter to letter with SwiftKey Flow, with the same powerful real-time predictions based on your writing style. At launch, SwiftKey Flow will only be available on iPhone and iPod touch.
Jon Reynolds & Ben Medlock,