SwiftKey

SwiftKey may be working on an iOS version of its popular input app, but its roots are with Android. Aware of this, the smart keyboard’s Android variant is now free to download from Google Play. Without a doubt one of the better input options for mobile devices, this is almost an irresistible option for anyone looking looking to replace their device’s stock keyboard.

As for early adopters who’ve already invested in SwiftKey’s paid app, you’ll be compensated for your loyalty. The company is offering a $5 theme ten-pack completely free of charge for existing users. In addition to becoming freeware, the updated software ships with a SwiftKey store loaded with over 30 themes available at launch and more than 800 emoji.

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