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SwiftKey Now Free, Available for iOS this Fall

One of the best-loved keyboard alternatives for Android is dropping its price-- not down, but altogether. SwiftKey,...

SwiftKey Now Free, Available for iOS this Fall

One of the best-loved keyboard alternatives for Android is dropping its price-- not down, but altogether. SwiftKey, the other Android keyboard, is free and available for download in the Play Store. The reason behind this, according to the company, is customers’ requests for more themes and varied designs. SwiftKey noticed an opportunity and took it by making the app free, but charging a buck apiece for each of the 50+ newly designed themes. Customers who have already paid for SwiftKey will be getting a “premiere pack” of 10 themes for $4.99.

 

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According to Joe Braidwood, SwiftKey’s chief marketing officer, themes change the concept of the keyboard from a functional tool to a destination. Marketing mumbo-jumbo aside, the new themes do look pretty snazzy. All of them were created internally by designer Scott Weiss, of Apple and Microsoft fame.

 

The other big piece of news is that SwiftKey will be one of the first to take advantage of iOS 8’s new third-party keyboard policy. The team at SwiftKey is hard at work on the iOS version of their keyboard and are prepping it for launch along with iOS 8, which is coming this fall.

 

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