- Mobile client engineer
We are looking for a software developer experienced in mobile client
design and implementation to work on an exciting range of
next-generation text entry applications. The ideal candidate will have
exceptional programming skills as well as experience in Android and
GUI design and implementation.
– UX / UI designer
We are looking for a candidate experienced in user
interaction/experience design to work on a brand new mobile concept
application. It will require original thinking, leading design
capabilities and exceptional problem solving skills. Programming
experience, particularly on mobile, is also desirable.
– Global language solutions engineer
We are looking for an exceptional candidate to drive our rapidly
expanding language engineering group. The candidate should have a
background in one of the following areas:
* computational linguistics
* natural language processing
* data mining
* corpus linguistics
The candidate will also need experience in programming and preferably
To apply, please send a covering letter and your CV to jobs (at)
touchtype-online.com as soon as possible. To find out more about
TouchType, visit our corporate website.
Please note that any unsolicited requests from recruitment agencies
will be disregarded, and will result in blacklisting for all future
We’re busy working on some major improvements to SwiftKey that we’re hoping to bring you in time for the festive season. In the mean time today we’ve released a small update that fixes three of the remaining bugs that have been causing trouble for users.
The changes are:
– Period (and some other punctuation) does not cause a force close in various apps including ConnectBot and Terminal Emulator
– With a hard keyboard enabled, predictions do not disappear after pressing send (SMS, Handcent SMS, Google Talk, eBuddy)
– Fixed issue with adding subsequent recipients (Handcent SMS)
UPDATE: This fix has also solved the issue with Adobe AIR apps for Android
Hi everyone, we’ve just released a new update to SwiftKey with a bunch of fixes and some nifty new features – check it out!
SWIFTKEY CHANGELOG – VERSION 1.0.936
We have enhanced various features and fixed some significant bugs in the latest release of SwiftKey:
– New user setting to alter gesture sensitivity
– New user setting to alter long-press duration for alternative characters, etc.
– Improved viewable area for QVGA devices (such as X10 Mini)
– Double space now inserts period on physical keyboards
– Back key no longer hides predictions when using physical keyboard
– Press and hold repeat for forwards/backwards arrow keys now works effectively
– SwiftKey “not appearing” bug in various apps fixed, including Amazon MP3, Parcels, Epocrates
– “Previous word carried over to next field” bug fixed in all contexts, including Google Talk
– Firefox for Android cursor bug fixed
– Issue with Adobe Air apps fixed
– “Fast scrolling” corrupted text bug fixed
– Garmin/Asus handset issues with SwiftKey enabling wizard possibly fixed
– Two causes of force close errors when loading the keyboard now solved
We have also made various updates to language module quality. To get these changes, please update your language modules in SwiftKey settings. Using Wi-Fi is advisable for this process.
If you have any comments or suggestions about this version of SwiftKey, please get in touch via the usual channels.
The SwiftKey Team