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Microsoft swipes SwiftKey. We have the exclusive boardroom transcript *

Well. I guess there’s some sort of logic to this. Perhaps there was a meeting at Microsoft that went something like this… “Hey guys, you bought Swype didn’t you?” “No, not yet. We bought Skype…” “Ohh bugger. I thought we’d bought that software keyboard company…” “No, we were …

Swiftkey for iOS – Sort of

Many Android users are very familiar with Swiftkey’s excellent replacement keyboard, which is one of the best on Android. However, Apple are far more restrictive on custom keyboards – as in you can’t replace the keyboard, only make some enhancements in individual apps. This has obviously been vexing SwiftKey, …

Swiftkey gets an update

The perennial Android favourite Swiftkey has today seen an update to version 4.3.1 The update brings various fixes and changes, the most notable being the ability to change the location of the numeric keypad from left to right or right to left.  Also fixed is the missing $ …

SwiftKey update brings new layouts and options

Swiftkey is the most popular third party keyboard replacement app for Android, and it’s easy to see why due to the uncanny predictions, swipe and standard input options, cloud sync and various themes. Now though, it’s got even more features! Fully paid up Swiftkey users will find an …

SwiftKey realase a new beta version and it’s rather cool

SwiftKey are the leaders in the third party Android keyboard game, their app has been around for years and they keep adding cool new features like like Cloud syncing and a pink theme. Today they’ve released a new beta version that is free for anyone to download, it’s …

SwiftKey Cloud is now out of beta

SwiftKey Cloud has been in beta testing for a few weeks now and it allows you to sync your SwiftKey keyboard word predictions between devices, so when you get a new phone it doesn’t have to relearn all of your made up words. To sync with the Cloud …

SwiftKey Cloud Beta adds better prediction and more

Installed one of those intelligent fast on-screen keyboards? Are you having to re-teach the keyboard all your favourite words and phrases when you switch handsets? Well worry no more my little sausage, because SwiftKey Cloud Beta is here to save us. Not only does it do super-fast intelligent …

Friday Deals – SwiftKey half price

Let’s save a bit of money shall we? Deals are great, so today we’re having a hunt for deals. First, if you’re finding that entering texts or writing emails is a bit fiddly on your Android phone, try SwiftKey. It’ll speed up your typing and learns words as …

SwiftKey Tilt – Save your thumbs and bust a move

At Coolsmartphone we realise that our readership are all far too intelligent to be sucked in by April fools jokes (why else would you come to a site with the word smart in the name?), so we’re going to lay this one on the line. 1st April, the …

SwiftKey flow exits beta

Keyboard anoraks rejoice. SwiftKey has just been updated on the Google Play store and the big new feature is the addition of (Swypeesque) Flow gesture typing. Similar to the stock Jellybean keyboard, SwiftKey now lets you type out words simply by swiping over keys in fluid one gesture. …