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SwiftKey is again available on iOS

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Microsoft's virtual keyboard application SwiftKey is unexpectedly back now on iOS’s App Store.

According to GSM Arena, "A recent tweet by Microsoft's Vice President of Office Product Group confirms that SwiftKey is indeed back for Apple users and even teased new features in the future.

A company's spokesperson clarified that due to users' feedback, the tech giant is bringing back SwiftKey for iOS and it's renewing support for the platform. Moreover, Microsoft is going to invest heavily in SwiftKey in the future."

“We are ending support for Microsoft SwiftKey iOS. Thank you for being a user of our product. Please visit data.swiftkey.com for details on how to manage your data. The app will be delisted from the App Store on October 5th, 2022,” the company said in an announcement earlier this year.

 

Other third-party applications on IOS

 

According to The Indian Express, "And even though it is still unclear what Microsoft has in store, we expect the tech giant to improve the overall typing experience on Apple devices since there are not many good third-party apps available for the operating system. Indeed, SwiftKey is by far the best keyboard app out there, not only on iPhone but also on Android."

About this The Verge said, "Despite the return, SwiftKey’s latest update is still from August 11th, 2021. It’s unclear if or when it will be updated — users had complained about issues ahead of the discontinuation — but it seems like there will be some changes to look forward to. Vishnu Nath, Microsoft’s VP and GM of OneNote and the Office product group, encouraged fans to “stay tuned to what the team has in store.” Pedram Rezaei, Microsoft’s CTO of its maps and local services division, said that the company will be “investing heavily in the keyboard.”"

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