SwiftKey's predictive keyboard arrives on iOS, sort of

Jos

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Unlike Android, iOS has never allowed third-party keyboards to take over as the default text entry method, forcing Apple's rather spartan solution upon millions of iPhone users. The company isn't likely to loosen its grip anytime soon, but SwiftKey has...

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Jad Chaar

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Eh. Apple should just allow 3rd party keyboards or improve the default one. It doesnt hurt anyone.
 

ronaldDecember

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Oh they didn't include Flow because they didn't want to challenge iOS users too much.

Umm.... that's why you stick it in settings and let people who want it turn it on. Facepalm.
 
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SNGX1275

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Oh they didn't include Flow because they didn't want to challenge iOS users too much.

Umm.... that's why you stick it in settings and let people who want it turn it on. Facepalm.
Why did you bump an article from January? Secondly, you just drew attention to how ignorant you are about this. The release of iOS8 allows 3rd party keyboards and Swiftkey is available.