By Anton D. Nagy | January 23, 2014 9:18 AM
Those running Android are familiar with the third party keyboard SwiftKey, whether they use it or not, whether we talk smartphones or tablets. Apparently, SwiftKey will make its way to the iPhone (and probably the iPad too), according to the latest from @evleaks. However, there appears to be a catch…
iOS does not currently allow third party keyboard so the software bit hinted (read: leaked) here is called SwiftKey Note, which might as well be a note-taking application for Apple devices. There’s no more information for the moment so we can’t serve with anything specific, but the image above comes two days after @evleaks tweeted “SwiftKey on iOS?”.
It will be interesting to see how the third-party Android keyboard maker plays this card — and whether they can bring the typing experience to iOS — or what exactly this piece of software will do.
Source: @evleaks (Twitter)