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SwiftKey Note For iOS Gets Leaked: Swype-Style Gesture Inputting Coming to iPhone Soon
The latest leaked image coming from the sensational Twitter user, @evleaks suggests a SwiftKey Note coming soon for the iPhones. The image shows an iPhone 5S running the app. This would be a real surprise for iPhone users altogether.
But iPhone users shouldn't get all jumpy about the news as yet. This is not the keyboard, we are talking about from SwiftKey, but just a note taking app. As Apple has a bit more strict policy when t comes to third party applications, it wouldn't allow the iPhone users to download the SwiftKey's onscreen keyboard and replace the standard iOS keyboard with it. It's not going to happen. Better a note taking SwiftKey app than nothing!
SwiftKey Note may be one of the many note-taking applications like the Evernote or Simplenote, but with the added advantage of faster typing experience because of its auto predictions, it might just turn out to be the best one to many.
In the Android devices, replacing the onscreen keypad is normal and allowed. Among Android users, the SwiftKey has become massively popular because of its aforementioned auto predictive quality. It offers many great customizations for users and even has an awesome prediction to make typing on a virtual keyboard. While it has been installed up to 5 million times on Android devices, iOS users are still stuck to the default iOS keyboard.
Information pertaining to the SwiftKey on iOS is pretty scarce at the moment. There is no information on when it will be launched for iOS, but it obviously has to go through Apple's stern policies before it can be released.