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October 17, 2014
February 25, 2014
We are hugely excited to announce that, on the day we release our SwiftKey Note bug fix update – accessible by returning to the App Store and clicking ‘Update’ – we have just passed the milestone of over a million downloads!
It’s been about a month since we launched, earning Editors’ Choice in over 50 countries and breaking into the top 10 overall in the United States – so to make a million downloads is the icing on the cake. It’s been a very exciting first foray into iOS, so thank you for your continued support.
So, on to the highlights from SwiftKey Note 1.7. We’ve updated the option to share your notes, adding Facebook and Twitter. We’ve also added the option to share your typing statistics to AirDrop, iMessage, Mail, Twitter, Facebook and copy to clipboard. Keep an eye out for what those numbers mean in a blog post coming soon.
We have also enabled strikethrough formatting, which is an entirely user-driven feature, requested through beta and UX testers. One quick note (no pun intended): this particular feature is only available on iOS 7. And finally, you now have the ability to delete learned predictions. Simply long-press on a prediction to ‘unlearn’ or delete it from your dictionary.
If you’re new to SwiftKey Note, you can find out more about how it can boost your productivity and take time off your typing by checking out our recent blog. It talks you through tagging your notes as you type and how to quickly copy and share entire Notes.
We’re thrilled to see our efforts resonate with so many people, and are more determined than ever to keep innovating and delivering faster, smarter and more personalized technology to our users.
Here is a rundown of the other bug fixes and updates available now in SwiftKey Note:
This first update is just the tip of the iceberg for SwiftKey Note, so please don’t worry if your bug hasn’t been fixed yet. Please continue to log bugs and suggest ideas – we are taking in your feedback and really appreciate it all.
If you haven’t already had the chance to check out SwiftKey Note for iPhone and iPad, and want to see what all the fuss is about, you can download it here.
Stay tuned for future updates, and let us know what you think below in the comments. Here’s to the next million!
The SwiftKey Team