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SwiftKey gets its predictive keyboard onto iOS, with a little help from Evernote

30
Jan
2014

Three and a half years after launching on Android, SwiftKeys popular predictive-software keyboard has finally come to iOS. Tired of waiting for Apple to open up iOS to other software keyboards, Swiftkeys piggybacking on Evernote with a new app called SwiftKey Note. Swiftkey is piggybacking on Evernote, for now That keyboard — which leaked in a photo last week — looks identical to Apples, but it has a bar along the top that adds suggested words as you type.

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