SwiftKey Keyboard adds support for Microsoft accounts on iOS

Brad Stephenson

Microsoft’s SwiftKey Keyboard has updated to Version 2.1.2 on iOS. This latest update fixes some scaling problems for it when run on Apple’s iPhone 8 and corrects several accessibility bugs but the most noteworthy change is the added support for Microsoft accounts during the account signup process.

Microsoft Outlook email addresses can now be used to create a new SwiftKey Account which is likely a first step in helping connect iOS users with their Windows 10 devices.

SwiftKey Keyboard is a free custom keyboard that replaces the default one on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Here’s its official description:

SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is a smart keyboard that learns from you, replacing your device’s built-in keyboard with one that adapts to the way you type. The app learns your writing style to give you super-accurate autocorrect and intelligent next-word prediction, reducing keystrokes and getting smarter over time. SwiftKey Keyboard is loaded with features to make typing even easier, including multilingual typing, support for over 800 emoji (emoticons) and speedy swipe typing with SwiftKey Flow.

Are you a SwiftKey user? Let us know what you think of these changes in the comments below.

‎Microsoft SwiftKey AI Keyboard
‎Microsoft SwiftKey AI Keyboard