That took a long time: SwiftKey back in App Store within 45 days

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The iPhone has an excellent digital keyboard. But if you don’t like that, you can download alternatives from the App Store. One of the better options is Swiftkey, which suddenly disappeared from the App Store a month and a half ago. But now we see that that application can once again be found in the download store.

Microsoft announced at the end of September this year that Swiftkey would disappear from the App Store and would no longer be supported. But now, just over 45 days later, we see that the app is thus once again available. It was still in high demand, causing Microsoft to go back on its decision.

Swiftkey for iPhone available for download

It’s a little strange to be talking about keyboards on iOS again. Back then, it was a big deal that iPhone users could set up their own keyboards, and many app makers took advantage of that opportunity. As a result, many media outlets wrote about new iOS keyboards for weeks.

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Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard is BACK on iOS!

Stay tuned to what the team has in store for it!

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In a response, Microsoft announced that this new decision was made based on feedback from the community. The software maker recommends visiting the website support.swiftkey.com for more information regarding the keyboard. If you still have questions, they may be answered there.

Are there any new features yet?

Unfortunately, Swiftkey for iPhone is still at its last version number. That means no new options are available right now. But they are coming. Right now, the American company is investing heavily in the keyboard. That must have been a lot of feedback, then.

But on the other hand, that doesn’t have to be the case, of course. Swiftkey, meanwhile, was still just available for Android and Windows, so the team wasn’t out of work anyway. All that’s happening now is that it once again has to transfer that work to Apple’s iOS system.

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