The magic of the well known SwiftKey Keyboard could be ready to make its means to Apple’s iOS using a standalone note-taking app, if a leakage using the Twitter handle Evleaks is to be thought. Distinguished on Android for its rapid, intuitive nature and, specifically, its “Flow” function, it’s something that iOS customers have not been able to appreciate thanks to the Cupertino’s stingy regulations on accessing core attributes, however with a standalone application, at the very least those on iOS could get a cup of SwiftKey’s enhanced set of devices.
The app is claimed to be called SwiftKey Note, and although it would most likely serve as more of a severe teaser for those who’ve been hanging around anxiously for such a key-board as SwiftKey to endeavor over to the App Store, it will give those iOS customers which haven’t ever before utilized anything yet the stock key-board something of a cup of exactly what they have actually been missing out on.
Every day, I utilize both the iPhone 5s and HTC One as my day-to-day distance runners, and I like both for various reasons. But I do discover myself leaning a lot more towards Android, and while it doesn’t have Touch ID, crashes a little greater than I would such as, and doesn’t rather feel as smooth sometimes, the fact that I can use the SwiftKey Key-board is a substantial deal-maker. I in all honesty never had way too much of a concern with the stock iOS keyboard, yet having actually attempted a couple of rather solid keyboards prior to getting to SwiftKey, it’s fair to state that the distinction in between it and the indigenous Apple key-board is, without exaggeration, all the time.
Without enabling my inner-geek to occur as well blatantly, SwiftKey on iOS would certainly be something of a desire come real, however considering that Apple’s shut off stance means that developers could not enter the digestive tracts of the software application, this is not most likely to take place whenever quickly.
Tim Cook hasn’t dismissed the probability of Apple relaxing its policies in future supplied that it does not endanger the user experience, so as we wait to view if SwiftKey Note does hit the iTunes App Store, all is not yet shed.
Bear in mind, this isn’t really the very first time a custom key-board app would certainly be hitting the App Store. It was merely a few days back we viewed Hipjot for iPhone which includes a blistering quick keyboard for entering. Yet still, we ‘d like keep SwiftKey in our gold publications.
Would certainly you value a note-taker with SwiftKey’s functions for iOS?