SwiftKey is releasing what it’s calling the biggest update yet for its iOS app. Announced this morning, this update brings support for SwiftKey Flow to iPad users as well as audible feedback from key presses and the oh so crucial support for emoji.
First thing’s first: the emoji support is built into the SwiftKey keyboard so you don’t need to download anything or activate the option to start sending those happy little turds out to everyone you know.
With that out of the way, iPad users will be pleased to know they’ll finally be able to take advantage of SwiftKey Flow. This feature has been promised to iPad users for months and offers real-time predictions as you swipe your finger around the screen. It uses SwiftKey’s own learning software to predict your next words with great accuracy. This update also brings support for Bulgarian, Croatian, Greek, Hinglish, Icelandic, Indonesian, Latvian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Turkish.
Oh, and those key click sounds we mentioned? They’re off by default, so this update just brings the option to enable them on iOS. You don’t need to worry that this update will make you the noisiest texter at the office.