After Apple announced enhance for third-party keyboards on ios 8 at WWDC 2014 on Monday, well-liked keyboard makers Swipe, Swiftkey and Flesky have jumped the gun to announce that their keyboards should be to be had on the working device soon.
Swiftkey and Flesky have made bulletins on their internet sites and are offering beta access to early subscribers. On the other hand, the favored Android-simplest keyboard Swipe was shown as a demo on the WWDC conference. Talking to Geek wire (http://www.geekwire.com/2014/swype-meets-iphone-apples-ios-8-eventually-will get-third-birthday celebration-keyboard-make stronger/) by means of electronic mail, Mike mccrery, the previous Swipe CEO stated, “Excited to see it eventually occur and i am certain this may occasionally instantly seize millions of app downloads”.
Apple hasn’t allowed developers to get admission to keyboard apis up to now and the corporate believed that this could assist in maintaining one of the best purchaser experiences. In consequence extremely popular keyboard replacements by no means made their manner into the ios ecosystem. There’s a Swiftkey app that is presently available on itunes which is principally a note-taking app and now not as powerful because the standalone keyboard. Swiftkey mainly scans throughout the consumer’s social networking accounts and is familiar with typing patterns to foretell the next phrase. It is slightly intuitive. Apple’s new Quick Type keyboard works virtually similarly. Swiftkey has no affiliation with the engineering of Apple’s new keyboard.
Swipe, as the name suggests, uses a swipe mechanism which lets customers run through the alphabets on a QWERTY keyboard to create a word. It also does prediction. Flesky, which is already on hand on the app store and appropriate only with 50 apps at the moment, includes a patent pending autocorrect system that claims to work even when the user isn’t looking at the reveal.