Today, a number of third-party keyboards have been released for iPhone users take advantage of for the first time and make typing a breeze in iOS8.
Several of the great features are present in iOS 8, one of the greatest latest features are custom keyboards because Apple has at last permitted third-party developers to more access to their apps and make keyboard apps for iOS. It’s true that Apple’s have its personal keyboard app is much better now with features like word recommendations and prediction, but third-party apps suggest improved prediction, extra languages and different themes.
You can now restore the default iOS keyboard with that of your own choosing keyboard app, including apps from well-liked keyboard makers like SwiftKey and Swype, furthermore, these apps can send out or obtain your data.
All the keyboard apps are now the most downloading apps in Charts, presently Swype, SwiftKey and Fleksy have all released keyboards for iOS 8, and we took them all for (more preferred) spins.
Fleksy delights itself on being one of the best ever keyboards around, the quick typing app to iOS 8 with support for over 40 languages, a range of bright themes and available in two keyboard sizes. Fleksy has also been renowned as one of the few keyboards those will assist you to create your own writing style and offers the capability to learn by connecting to your email and social networks.
One of the major popular keyboards is Swype, this app is also very proud of its next-word prediction technology and Swype brings its smooth gesture-based interface to iOS 8, but it supports only few languages such as English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish language support, along with 5 different themes, will be presented at the launch.
This is the third best keyboard app SwiftKey renowned in user for its smart auto-correct and as well as SwiftKey Flow, which suggests a gesture-based typing experience same as in Swype and this app support for Canadian English and Canadian French, as well as 13 other languages. This amazing app SwiftKey will also propose the capability to learn your language use from email and social networks to recover its prediction algorithms.