Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard 4+

Text Faster With Swipe Typing

SwiftKey

    • 4.6 • 97.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

Microsoft SwiftKey is the intelligent keyboard that learns your writing style, so you can type faster.

Microsoft SwiftKey is always learning and adapting to match your unique way of typing - including your slang, nicknames and emojis.

That means autocorrect that actually works and helpful predictions, so you can get your point across fast, without errors.

Customise your keyboard to match your style, with dozens of themes to choose from. Send emojis, GIFs and more to your friends – Microsoft SwiftKey even learns your favourite emoji.

Let Microsoft SwiftKey help you text faster with Artificial Intelligence, swipe-to-type and more! Download today.

TYPE LESS, DO MORE

Intelligent Keyboard
- Microsoft SwiftKey learns from you, including your word choice, emoji usage and more
- Swipe typing or tap-to-type, whichever you prefer
- Toolbar: the expandable menu filled with quick shortcuts

What’s New

Version 2.9.2

Emoji search is now available for most languages in SwiftKey Toolbar to find your emoji easier!

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
97.7K Ratings

97.7K Ratings

SuzieJenke1 ,

Must have for anyone who has an electronic device!

I've been using SwiftKey for a few years now. I started with my cell phone and now I have it on all 7 devices we have in our home. It's a must have for anyone who can appreciate just how much it does and without even realizing. It keeps track of your choice of words and easily guesses and or auto corrects as you go. Can't begin to imagine how much time just that alone has saved me/my family over the years. It does it with such accuracy that when I had to use someone else's device I was amazed. I didn't realize how much this simple app did for me in my every day typing of texts, sending emails, even searching the web. It took all of 30 seconds into using my friends tablet for me to stumble over such basic words, but in a good way. I'd gotten so used to SwiftKey guessing my desired word after only the first or second letter.

I recommend SwiftKey to anyone who has an electronic device used for texts, emails, notes, calendars, and any and everything in between and can appreciate the time this app saves you.

I'm team SwiftKey 1000% and I never take the time to leave reviews for anything. I mean ever which clearly shows just how awesome this app is. You will not be disappointed!!!

attilathefun22 ,

Mission accomplished

OK so I'm only 10 minutes into using the app and I already have a fully customized "Rick and morty" theme for my keyboard and I've utilized a couple other tweaks the app allowed me to apply. Ex. Lighter to no outline around each key, customize color of pop up text. And that was what I set out for on this search for a keyboard app. I have grammar LG and typewise installed too because I'm looking for the one that would allow me to get that great keyboard. At first my review was based on the theme customization but now that I'm typing I have some notes on keyboard intelligence. Auto correct is applying it's corrective and learning methods very smoothly. I have to correct it'I s auto's one. Once or twice but then it catolalogs it permanently and adapts to your slang and abbreviations. Layout is nice too. Nothing too new but that's fine with me. The only thing that's annoying is the page(or the keyboard) not scrolling down as I continue to write. So I'm writing and the line bars start to descend and the keyboard blocks it so I have to manually scroll the page up. Other than that, solid app.

chadclan ,

Microsoft bloat and mismanagement has killed another product

UPDATE: I’m finally done with Swift Key. I have an iPhone 13, so the latest and greatest, so phone performance can’t be the issue. About half the time I enter a text field no keyboard opens at all. When Swift Key does open it is delayed so the first couple of keystrokes don’t get entered. So essentially 75% of the time I need it, Swift Key flakes.

Also, now that developers are mandating secure text entry you can’t use a non-Apple keyboard anyway so I’ve uninstalled Swift Key and going back to using the stock Apple keyboard all the time.

ORIGINAL REVIEW: Don't get me wrong this is still one of the best keyboards in the app store but its quality has slowly degraded since it was scooped up by Microsoft. Microsoft has applied their normal "let's stuff 10 lbs of extra unnecessary functionality in a 5 lbs bag" mentality. The two top problems I've run into have been: #1 The auto-complete dictionary has exploded so it pulls up far more words than necessary which slows down my typing tremendously. I end up having to intermittently spend 10-15s deleting these unnecessary words so I don't run into them the next time around. #2 Microsoft has changed the responsiveness of tapping the auto-complete bar to where it appears a slight slide while tapping the center word selects the word on either side. I have to constantly go back and correct these 'oops' which negates the reason for having the auto-complete.

App Privacy

The developer, SwiftKey, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • User Content
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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