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SwiftKey Releases SwiftKey Flow in Beta for Android

SwiftKey, makers of the intelligent keyboard for Android, has released SwiftKey Flow in beta stage. SwiftKey Flow’s main feature is gesture-based typing — similar to keyboard apps like Swype. Flow allows a user to glide through letters to form a word, while still providing excellent predictive text that SwiftKey is famous for.

This new follow-up now makes it possible for heavy typers to never lift their fingers again. According to the press release, SwiftKey Flow is available to VIP members, but non-members can also download the app (with separate APK’s for phone and tablet) here.

Check out the video below for a preview:

For more information about SwiftKey and SwiftKey Flow, visit their website at http://swiftkey.net.

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2 Responses to SwiftKey Releases SwiftKey Flow in Beta for Android

  1. doom December 6, 2012 at 11:09 pm #

    they say they don’t but swiftkey either actively censors swear words or at “best” refuses to learn them

    • Jon Rutherford May 26, 2013 at 8:01 pm #

      I noticed this censorship today, when I attempted to type the seemingly innocuous word “gay” using SwiftKey. I tried four times and it gave me “hay” each time, with alternates such as “guy” and I forget what else.

      I uninstalled SwiftKey. I’m back to using Slide-It Keyboard till I find it doing something malevolent also.

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