Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard

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Thursday, February 11, 2021

Description of App

NEW: All themes are now completely free!

SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is a smart keyboard that learns from you, replacing your device’s built-in keyboard with one that adapts
to the way you type. The app learns your writing style to give you super-accurate autocorrect and intelligent next-word prediction, reducing keystrokes
and getting smarter over time. SwiftKey Keyboard is loaded with features to make typing even easier, including multilingual typing, support for over 800
emoji (emoticons) and speedy swipe typing with SwiftKey Flow.

SwiftKey learns your writing style to predict your next word with uncanny accuracy. Autocomplete a whole word with a single tap, instead of typing letter
by letter.

Say goodbye to typos with autocorrect based on your personal writing style. SwiftKey even inserts missed spaces for you.

Choose a different way to type by sliding from letter to letter with SwiftKey Flow.

Type in up to two languages at once, without changing any settings.

Sign up for SwiftKey Cloud to make SwiftKey even smarter in just seconds.

Spoil yourself with over 800 emoji characters to enhance your words.

SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone & iPad supports the following languages:

- English (Canada, United States, United Kingdom, Australia)

- Afrikaans
- Arabic
- Bulgarian
- Catalan
- Croatian
- Czech
- Danish
- Dutch
- Farsi
- Finnish
- French (France, Canada)
- German
- Greek
- Hebrew
- Hinglish
- Hungarian
- Icelandic
- Indonesian
- Italian
- Latvian
- Norwegian
- Polish
- Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil)
- Romanian
- Russian
- Serbian
- Slovak
- Spanish (Spain, United States, Latin America)
- Swedish
- Turkish

Supports iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 8 and above.
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iOS Version


Device(s) App Was Tested On

iPod Touch

Accessibility Comments

The app is fully accessible. It is easy to use and there are no unlabeled buttons.

VoiceOver Performance

VoiceOver reads all page elements.

Button Labeling

All buttons are clearly labeled.


The app is fully accessible with VoiceOver and is easy to navigate and use.

Other Comments

I've tested this app on an iPod touch and it has lots of great features. You can even customize the keyboard with all the colorful themes.

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Submitted by Chris Smart on Monday, December 12, 2016

How does this differ from the build-in virtual keyboard, specifically for Voiceover users?

Submitted by Fatima.Hamoud10 on Monday, December 12, 2016

In reply to by Chris Smart

The difference between the SwiftKey Keyboard and the built-in keyboard is that the SwiftKey Keyboard has lots of themes than the iOS keyboard. On the SwiftKey keyboard there isn't really much of a difference for VoiceOver users. Just like on the iOS keyboard, you can use the other typing options such as: direct touch typing and touch typing. Both of the keyboards can also give you word predictions.

Submitted by Zivan Krisher on Monday, December 12, 2016

When using more than one language,a long press or 3d press is required to switch language. This results in a space or letter being entered every time you switch when using VO.

Submitted by Tangela on Wednesday, January 4, 2017

How do you use direct touch typing with this keyboard? I've only seen the option to use regular touch typing.

Submitted by PinkCupcake5 on Saturday, July 21, 2018

Just downloaded this and while voiceover announces the "top predictions" I couldn't figure out where the prediction bar was located by tapping around near the keyboard. When I clicked on a prediction, nothing changed. Am I missing something?
On an unrelated note, are the Swift predictions better than the iOS predictions? I've been typing with the iOS keyboard for a while and it still doesn't accurately predict what I want to say most of the time.

Submitted by Ana Jacob on Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Has anyone managed to get direct touch typing to work with this app?

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