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Microsoft brings back its SwiftKey iOS keyboard, teases new features

Microsoft had taken out Swiftkey from the Apple Application Store recently. In September this year, Microsoft said that it will suspend the iO

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Microsoft had taken out Swiftkey from the Apple Application Store recently.


In September this year, Microsoft said that it will suspend the iOS rendition of Swiftkey and on second thought center around the Android variant of the application. Following the declaration, the organization ended application support and eliminated it from the Apple Application Store recently.

Presently, in a phenomenal move, the tech monster unexpectedly appears to have chosen to bring back Swiftkey for iOS-fueled gadgets. In an explanation to The Edge, Microsoft’s Caitlin Roulston expressed, “In light of client criticism, SwiftKey iOS has been relisted on the Apple Application Store.”

While Swiftkey has advanced back to iOS, the application was keep going refreshed on August 11, 2021. Microsoft’s VP and GM at OneNote and Office, Vishnu Nath as of late implied in a tweet that Swiftkey for iOS could before long be refreshed with new elements.

“We are finishing support for Microsoft SwiftKey iOS. Much thanks to you for being a client of our item. Kindly visit data.swiftkey.com for subtleties on the best way to deal with your information. The application will be delisted from the Application Store on October fifth, 2022,” the organization said in a declaration recently.

Also, despite the fact that it is as yet hazy what Microsoft has coming up, we anticipate that the tech monster should further develop the general composing experience on Apple gadgets since there are relatively few great outsider applications accessible for the working framework. To be sure, SwiftKey is by a long shot the best console application out there, on iPhone as well as on Android.

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