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SwiftKey Flow Beta hits Android

The best Android keyboard just levelled up, much to the delight of our fingers

SwiftKey has announced that the beta version of its latest keyboard software is now ready for its VIP members to take for a spin. 
SwiftKey Flow improves on SwiftKey’s already impressive performance by offering users the ability to churn out swathes of text simply by gliding their fingers across the keyboard, Swype style.

In addition, its ‘Flow though space’ feature lets you type out messages without having to lift your finger off the keyboard even once. Simply swipe and slide your way past the space bar in between words and it’ll take care of all the rest. SwiftKey’s word prediction remains as eerily accurate as ever, as does its ability to learn your typing style from your texts, emails and social networking sites.

Check out the video below to see it in action and head on over here to sign up for an early taste of SwiftKey Flow Beta yourselves.

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