A few weeks ago, we told you about a new SwiftKey upgrade that would make live easier for those using multiple-sized devices. SwiftKey dubbed it “Layouts for Living,” and it brings us a multitude of keyboard options.
Note 3 users can finally get away with one-handed use. Tablet users can split it in half to type with both hands. And normal-sized phone users, well, things are just as smooth as they’ve always been. All of the new keyboard layouts can be undocked and resized to fit your own personal taste.
That update has finally made its way into the Google Play Store as a free upgrade for SwiftKey purchasers. Beyond that, folks will be happy to know that smartphone and tablet versions have been combined. Many people were willing to pay for both separately before, but we’re happy SwiftKey decided to do the right thing and deliver an all-in-one package.
If you’re already part of the SwiftKey army you can grab the download for no additional cost here. New users will have to pony up $4, but that’s hardly a steep price to pay for one of the best third-party keyboards out there.
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