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After months of hard work, today we’re very excited to unveil our first product for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch – SwiftKey Note. It’s always been our mission as a company to give you a more human typing experience on your devices and now we are thrilled to extend that reach to Apple users in our beautiful new app. Get it now for free from the App Store.
SwiftKey Note is the fastest way to take notes on iOS. Packed with all the magical prediction power and learning ability that our technology is famous for, the app suggests words as you type that are uniquely tailored to your writing style. It also includes our hallmark next-word predictions, letting you speed through your notes.
The app is even better if you connect your Evernote account. With a single tap, you can enable SwiftKey Note to learn from your archive and seamlessly backup and sync new notes across devices and to the cloud. We’ve worked hard with the folks at Evernote to make the integration really easy and powerful and we’re positive you’ll love it.
You can find out more about SwiftKey Note’s features on our new website.
Today’s launch is a big moment for us – bringing the magic of SwiftKey technology to millions of potential new users. Over the years, we’ve had thousands of emails, tweets and inquiries from people with Apple devices keen to use our technology. We also know that many of our SwiftKey Keyboard users on Android also have iDevices, whether an iPad, a second cell phone, or an iPod touch. We can’t wait for you all to try out SwiftKey Note and tell us what you think.
As we continue to grow and expand, we want to take a moment to assure users of SwiftKey Keyboard on Android that our commitment to you has never been stronger. We’re adding more and more great members to our team and have some really exciting and innovative developments in the pipeline. We have an ambitious cross-platform vision, to deliver users a delightful and transformative experience on their devices, providing technology that adapts to you, not the other way around. SwiftKey Note is a major achievement in that exciting journey, but by no means our only focus.
If you’d like to join us on our quest to make technology more human, head to our careers page and check out our current openings. We’re always looking for talented people to help us grow.
In the meantime, happy note taking!
Joe and the SwiftKey team
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