Swiftkey is one of the most popular keyboard apps available in the Google Play Store, but it’s making its way to iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad running the latest iOS 8 operating system, which will roll out for the public starting September 17th.
One of the much appreciated features introduced in the latest iOS 8 is the ability to add third-party keyboard, a feature which was missing from the earlier iterations of the OS.
The beta testing is expected to begin on Friday, but there’s no word on how long it will take, and when the stable version will hit the App store. However, the company did showcase some of the features it will bring for iOS devices. Just like its Android counterpart, the Swiftkey keyboard will come with swipe gestures, which give users the ability to swipe fingers from one letter to another, and it provides you with a prediction based on your keystroke history.
The app will also come with Swiftkey Cloud to store your typing patterns so it can provide you with better predictions as you continue to use the handset. To set it up, simply sign in with your Google or Facebook account, and let Swiftkey handle the rest. You can also connect different social networks so that it can check your typing patterns as well.
The app is not available at the moment, but you can sign up using the source link below to get notified as soon as its available.