SwiftKey has received its first update, bringing several bug fixes.
The Playstore version doesn’t seem to be displaying the latest change log, but we have the official list for your scrutiny.
I still haven’t gotten used to Flowing with Swiftkey, as it does predict what I want with the usual tap-a-tap.
The latest version, which is SwiftKey 4.0.1, fixes the following:
Improved prediction quality
Fixed Stuck In Initial Caps
Fixed issue with question mark being unreachable
Fixed Flow trail problems on HTC One
Fixed problems with HTC One stock mail client
Fixed typing in HTC One Notes app and turned predictions back on in Jelly Bean
Fixed jumpy cursor in Samsung calculator
Fixed comma in Arabic
Swapped locations of Turkish “i”
Added French “guillemet” to secondary characters (<< and >>)
Made sure @ sign appears directly above A on longpress
Fixed Firefox crashes on devices running Android 2.2 and below
Fixed shift locking and combining characters on hard keyboard
Fixed a number of crashes in the installer
Fixed heatmap crash
Quite a few fixes for the HTC One there. Well, it is still consuming a lot of memory on my devices, and is certainly slow to start up. Perhaps these issues will be fixed in the next update.
You can buy Swiftkey from Google Play. Use the widgets below.
Swiftkey for Phones
Swiftkey for Tablets
Or if you bought it from other App Stores such as Amazon or Androidpit, use their app to get the updated version of SwiftKey.