SwiftKey Note for iOS has been officially released, bringing the popular Android keyboard to Apple’s mobile operating system. The app is also tightly integrated with Evernote so you can save all of your notes using Evernote’s service. SwiftKey Note also learns how you type and what you type by scanning your archive of Evernote notes. Users can specify how far back SwiftKey Note is allowed to scan Evernote notes, from a single day to an entire year.
Missing from the app is the rumored gesture keyboard feature that’s present in SwiftKey for Android. While it’s sad to see this feature omitted, SwiftKey’s predictive keyboard should allow users to type much faster without having to worry about being as accurate as the default iOS keyboard requires. While iOS’s default keyboard is good, it certainly lacks the more advance features of keyboard replacements like SwiftKey for Android.
Since Apple’s operating system won’t allow third-party keyboard apps to replace the stock keyboard, SwiftKey Note is the closest keyboard replacement iOS users have without jailbreaking.
SwiftKey Note is free and out now in the App Store.