SwiftKey Offers Branded Keyboards, Starting With “Frozen”

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For the first time in forever, SwiftKey is offering branded keyboard themes. And based on market research that must have demonstrated that the bulk of SwiftKey users are young girls, the first themes to hit the market will be for Disney’s animated juggernaut Frozen. (Or it’s also likely that Disney Consumer Products dangled the metaphorical carrot in front of SwiftKey product developers.)


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SwiftKey theme packs are up to 66% off for Black Friday weekend

swiftkey saleTo kick off Black Friday and the shopping holiday season, SwiftKey has started a sale on keyboard themes in their theme store. The individual themes aren’t marked down, but you can pick up entire theme packs up to 66% off, which is a great deal.

These theme packs are only available on Android, so be sure to pick up a few to show your iOS friends that some Android apps still have some pretty cool exclusive stuff.

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SwiftKey introduces two new Material Design keyboard skins

swiftkey material designSwiftKey is one of the best third-party keyboards available for Android. The app recently went completely free and is now selling themes to support itself instead of having customers pay several bucks for the keyboard up front. The good part about that model is that SwiftKey occasionally adds new keyboard skins to the SwiftKey store.

The latest two entries are focused on Google’s new Material Design standard. These themes take the Material Design aesthetic and blend it with SwiftKey’s own personal look, and the results are pretty great. The themes come in both a light and dark flavor and are available for $0.99 each.
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Swiftkey updates for Halloween with spooky new themes

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Popular 3rd-party keyboard Swiftkey has released a couple of spooky new themes to their store just in time for Halloween. The themes (Graveyard and Jack O’Lantern) are perfect for the impending festivities and are worth the $0.99 they each cost. Any users out there planning on grabbing these? Let us know in the comments and once you are done dressing up your keyboard, let us know what your costume is this year!

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SwiftKey adds a bunch of new stuff with latest update and is now Free for all

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Back in December, SwiftKey launched a Beta 4.5 that included a number row and emoji. We expected those features to make its way to the full app a lot sooner, but better late than never right? Today, SwiftKey released version 5 bringing all these features plus a lot more.

With version 5, you will not only get the optional number row and over 800 emoji, but you will also get a SwiftKey store with new downloadable themes, a new default theme, emoji predictions, improved prediction engine, new languages, and improved flow trails. Best of all, SwiftKey is now Free for all.


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Best Android keyboard replacement apps [April 2014]

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Over a year ago, we covered some of the best available replacement keyboards for Android devices. Many of those keyboards are still fantastic options, but they’ve been updated to include great new features, and other keyboards have hit the Play Store that are just a little better than what was available a year ago. Keyboards are still just as important as always, so we’re going to give you an up-to-date guide on the best of what’s available.


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New Swiftkey Beta includes Evernote and Google+ personalization

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Swiftkey has issued a new beta update, and it’s including a few new personalization features as well as typical bug fixes and optimizations.

Swiftkey has always been able to learn predictions and typing patterns from some social media sites and your personal texts and emails, but the keyboard will now be able to check your Google+ posts and Evernote notes and archives in order to create better predictions based on how you type. It’s not a new feature, but it’s a nice refinement of one of Swiftkey’s best features.

On top of the new personalization options, there are also tweaks and optimizations for the emoji system implemented in the last beta update. If you’re using the current beta, hit the link below to download the new version before your old version expires on the 20th.

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