SwiftKey is available again on the App Store, and this is a surprise, because Microsoft had yet to officially announce the withdrawal of its alternative keyboard at the end of September. The company has obviously changed its mind, as it reports through a press release sent to the site The edge : ” Following user feedback, SwiftKey for iOS has been restored to the Apple App Store “.
Microsoft apparently didn’t realize that its alternative keyboard still had its fans. Either way, it looks like the company has found a new motivation to keep SwiftKey up to date, which won’t be too much since this alternative keyboard hasn’t gotten much love in recent years. . Currently, the app remains at its version 2.9.2 released in August 2021, which works halfway on an updated iOS, but Microsoft does not intend to stop there.
In the wake of its return to the App Store, two company executives have promised something new to come. Vishnu Nath, Office Manager and OneNote, suggests that his team will make changes to SwiftKey, while Pedram Rezaei, technical director of local maps and services, indicated that Microsoft was fully invested in his keyboard.
We don’t yet know what its future will look like, but if you liked this alternative to Apple’s virtual keyboard, you can use it again with the certainty that it will get better again.