We’ve seen a video in the past showcasing what SwiftKey’s new Flow keyboard is capable off. They’ve even said that the beta for the app would be coming very soon. The video that was first released didn’t really show all that SwiftKey Flow was really capable of though. That has changed as SwiftKey has released an all new video showing what the app is capable of. You literally don’t have to lift a finger when typing a message anymore, you flow through it all (see what I did there?). Of course, it’s going to take a little while getting used to SwiftKey Flow, but after you get the hang of it it may just be a extremely useful tool.
The beta for SwiftKey Flow hasn’t started yet, but could you imagine how awesome this would be if you could use the Galaxy Note 2’s S-Pen functionality with it? It’d be interesting to see how that would work out.
Hopefully we’ll be seeing the beta fairly shortly here, along with a fix for the Android 4.2 version of SwiftKey.
Now, I think we all have a little bit of an idea of how SwiftKey Flow works since we already have Swype on a lot of our phones. Since Flow is basically Swype with tons of improvements, would something like that interest you at all? Let us know in the comments below!