• SwiftKey Note iOS App Arrives with Evernote Integration

    The popular Android keyboard alternative, SwiftKey, recently came to the iOS platform with the release of SwiftKey Note, a standalone note-taking application that integrates with digital archiving service, Evernote. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the technology, SwiftKey’s predictive text algorithms are designed to adjust themselves to the user’s writing style over time and the company leverages the Evernote integration to speed up the training process. In addition to the synchronization options offered by Evernote, SwiftKey Note can scan the user’s Evernote archive and use the data as training material.

    The app’s language selection has been pared down slightly from that offered with SwiftKey’s Android implementation, shipping with English, Spanish, French, German and Italian. Users can still type in up to three of those languages at once however. SwiftKey’s quick formatting options have also made the jump. Users can swipe towards the left on the suggested word bar to make text bold or italic, underline words, set indents and create bulleted lists.

    Notes can be organized into categories the company calls “notebooks,” and users can apply searchable labels. Sharing is also enabled via Apple’s AirDrop or iMessage and notes can also be emailed or copied to the device’s clipboard.

    Those of you interested in downloading SwiftKey Note can download the 10.7 MB app for free from the App Store.

    Source: iTunes
    This article was originally published in forum thread: SwiftKey Note iOS App Arrives with Evernote Integration started by Akshay Masand View original post
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    1. LittleGod's Avatar
      LittleGod -
      Still only halfway there. Apple should allow FULL Swiftkey integration. iOS predictive text sucks and has done forever, it's crappyness is the main reason I started jailbreaking in the first place. Swiftkey is REAL predictive text and actually helpful. Apple has just started to 'look' at their own predictive text and are 'talking' about making improvements. Yawn. Catch up Apple.
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