Swiftkey is back on iOS

Unexpectedly, SwiftKey is back on iOS

Fans of SwiftKey, rejoice: the iPhone keyboard is back in action.
Swift is back on iOS

Unexpectedly, Microsoft's SwiftKey keyboard is back in the App Store. The keyboard is once again accessible to iOS users after the firm formally stopped supporting it and pulled it from the App Store in October. Microsoft's Caitlin Roulston told The Verge that SwiftKey iOS had been relisted in the Apple App Store "based on consumer feedback." "For additional information, please visit Support.SwiftKey.com."

SwiftKey's most recent upgrade is still dated August 11th, 2021, despite the reappearance. Users had complained about problems prior to the cessation, so it's unknown if or when it will be updated, but it appears that there will be some changes to look forward to. The VP and general manager of Microsoft's OneNote and Office product group, Vishnu Nath, urged supporters to "remain tuned to what the team has in store." Microsoft's chief technology officer for its mapping and location services division, Pedram Rezaei, stated that the company will "spend extensively in the keyboard."

SwiftKey first gained popularity on Android before launching on iOS in 2014 when iOS 8 allowed users to install third-party keyboards. SwiftKey was later purchased by Microsoft in 2016. The Android version of the app is still accessible.

SwiftKey first gained popularity on Android before launching on iOS in 2014 when iOS 8 allowed users to install third-party keyboards. SwiftKey was later purchased by Microsoft in 2016. The Android version of the app is still accessible.

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Microsoft would be "spending extensively in the keyboard," according to Pedram Rezaei, the CTO of the company's maps and local services group. After receiving numerous user complaints, the tech giant stated in September that it would stop supporting SwiftKey on iOS devices and remove it from the Apple Store on October 5.

"Microsoft SwiftKey iOS support will soon come to an end. We appreciate you using our goods. On October 5, 2022, the app will be removed from the App Store "In an update, the business had stated.

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