January 28, 2013 4:11pm
SwiftKey Flow has been updated to version 220.127.116.11 as the company prepares to roll Flow features into its existing SwiftKey keyboard.
The update is fairly extensive, featuring the ability to Flow in pretty much any text field such as email contacts, passwords and more. There’s also a new one-tap correction system (like its non-Flow brother) and the app incorporates all the features SwiftKey implemented in version 3.1 of its Play Store app such as a split layout for landscape mode, and a number of new languages.
There are myriad bug fixes and some remaining issues to contend with, but overall SwiftKey Flow is coming together nicely. It’s great to hear that the company will not be charging separately for the Flow features, but plans to roll it into an upcoming 4.0 Play Store version.