Apple today announced at its Worldwide Developers Meeting that iOS 8 will certainly support group large third-party key-boards.
The business revealed something that appeared to look like the popular-gesture based key-board Swype working on iOS 8, as software chief Craig Federighi noted that key-boards have the most restrictive sand box to make certain individual personal privacy and safety.
To this factor, third-party key-boards such as SwiftKey Note and Flesky have actually launched for iOS, although their combination has actually been limited to note-taking in a different application and allowing app property developers to incorporate their key-board, specifically.
With this statement, it is most likely that both key-boards will release for iOS with full assimilation at some time in the future.
Assistance for third-party key-boards will certainly be included with iOS 8, with the brand-new mobile operating device expected to launch this fall.