SwiftKey, one of the most popular third-party keyboard apps for Android, thanks to its excellent predictive capabilities, is getting better today thanks to a new update that will add a single yet very useful new feature. SwiftKey will now offer users the option to log into their Google+ and Evernote accounts, to further personalize their typing experience.
SwiftKey will collect typographical data from public posts on Google+ and from Evernote, and in turn offer better prediction, which is saying a lot considering it’s something the keyboard already excels at. As usual, this is an optional feature, so you don’t really need to give SwiftKey your Google+ or Evernote credentials if you don’t want to. Also included in the update are bug and crash fixes, but the main takeaway here is the improved personalization.
Find the latest version of SwiftKey on the Play Store.