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### Best swipe keyboard at App Store ###
Download this app, you can use a swipe keyboard anywhere, such as Mail, Message, Notes and so on. 

Support 40 languages: 
Azərbaycan dili (Azerbaijani)
Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian)
Bahasa Melayu (Malay)
Català (Catalan)
Čeština (Czech)
Dansk (Danish)
Deutsch (German) 
Eesti (Estonian)
English (UK English, US English)
Español (Spanish)
Français (French)
Hrvatski (Croatian)
Italiano (Italian) 
IsiZulu (Zulu)
Íslenska (Icelandic)
Latviešu (Latvian)
Lietuvių (Lithuanian)
Magyar (Hungarian)
Nederlands (Dutch) 
Norsk (Norwegian)
Polski (Polish)
Português Brasileiro (Brazilian Portuguese)
Português Europeu (European Portuguese)
Română (Romanian)
Shqip (Albanian)
Slovenčina (Slovak)
Slovenščina (Slovenian)
Suomi (Finnish)
Svenska (Swedish)
Tagalog (Filipino)
Türkçe (Turkish)
Беларуская (Belarusian)
Български (Bulgarian)
Македонски (Macedonian)
Русский (Russian)
Українська (Ukrainian)
Ελληνικά (Greek)
עברית (Hebrew)

Download this app, and go to your iPhone's Settings > General > Keyboard > Keyboards > Add New Keyboard > Path Input to enable it.

What’s New

Version 3.7.3

This app has been updated by Apple to use the latest Apple signing certificate.

1. Support Azerbaijani keyboard.
2. Bug fixes.
After update, you'd better reboot your device.

Ratings and Reviews

2.8 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

My Puppies Rock! ,

Was good while it lasted 😭😭

I loved this keyboard on my iPad Air 2, but I just upgraded to an iPad Pro and path input for iPad no longer loads :( the iPhone version works perfectly fine on my iPhone 7 Plus (with iOS 11), but the iPad one won't work on my iPad Pro with iOS 10! I'm very sad. It worked well + it has a tab key so I can indent while typing or make a sub-leveled bullet point. Now I'm worried my iPad Pro purchase will be for nothing.... I bought it for school and without a keyboard that has a tab key, it seems pretty pointless.

Stevearcher ,

By far, the best of the swiping keyboards!

I own and have tried every iOS swiping keyboard because, for me, it's the best way to input text. The wonderful Shapewriter, originally developed by IBM, pioneered the concept. Alas, that was bought and killed off years ago. I then went to Swype, a remarkably accurate keyboard. Again, that app was purchased and further development ceased. (Acquired by the same company!) Nintype is a feature-rich keyboard with countless tricks. But it fails to perform its most critical function... reliably accurate text entry. Apple's system swiping keyboard isn't bad but not good enough for routine use. Path Input is, by default, the superior keyboard, surpassing the remaining available apps. And, it adds personal words easily, inserting them automatically when swiped. Plus, Path Input's iPad version offers instant access to every typographic option. It really deserves more praise!

crasshipster ,

Epic! Accuracy, cursor keys! and more

Who cares about paying for colors?! Hardworking, accurate, keyboard. Great for writing and editing. I've used this keyboard for a long time. I saw a negative review and had to write. I've not had any issues, I don't recall what I paid for other than a grey keyboard. It was worth whatever I spent. I don't support crappy apps with money and I'm still using it - ergo good app. But it's a great one. Great support.

I admit, for swiping only, Google is a bit better in that it let's you be more sloppy with swiping.

I won't go into all that I like. Just a couple I live for on the iPad: CURSER KEYS!! to move the cursor with the keyboard. FULL extended keyboard - you don't click to any different views to access numbers, punctuation, and special characters. CONTROL over keyboard memory - the words it recalls, both add and delete. And more.

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