SwiftKey Flow Updated, Brings a Host Of Performance Fixes and Bug Fixes


It’s already been four weeks since the beta version of SwiftKey Flow launched, and now a new version of the app is available! The new version is and brings a host of improved performance fixes along with a massive list of bugs fixed. SwiftKey Flow just got a whole lot better with this update folks:

  • Flow-through-space autocommit: if you flow-through space but mess up your last word, all the prior words will be inserted (instead of losing all the words)
  • Flow in landscape on tablets (not on split layout with numpad)
  • Battery usage improved (when flowing and when not in use)
  • Performance of flowing and tapping improved
  • Longpress of bottom-right (smiley/enter) button now works
  • Fixed some force close issues
  • Fixed some memory leaks
  • Predictions not lost when changing keyboard layout (e.g to symbols)
  • Fixed DOuble CApitalization issue

If you didn’t know beforehand, SwiftKey Flow is available for both tablets and smartphones. You can grab the new version at the source link below. Keep in mind that SwiftKey Flow is still in its beta stages, so don’t expect it to be as great as SwiftKey 3 on the Google Play Store performance-wise. Another note for those of you who haven’t been keeping up with SwiftKey: SwiftKey Flow will not be something you have to pay for, as the final version will be an addition to SwiftKey 3. That said, if you have SwiftKey 3 already, when SwiftKey Flow launches all you will have to do is switch on an option, I reckon! Unless of course there is a different way to switch it on.

source: SwiftKey Blog
via: Android Central