Sometime last month, the beta version of SwiftKey gained the ability to pull from Evernote and Google+ to learn which words a user's trying to say. These joined the already long list of supported sources ranging from SMS and Gmail to Facebook and Twitter. The core functionality remains the same - just permit SwiftKey to access your social accounts and let those fingers fly.
SwiftKey learns a user's typing habits by scanning through their emails and posts, ultimately improving the quality of text predictions. Providing the keyboard with access to multiple accounts gives it more data to work with. Of course, this also comes at the cost of divulging more information. None of this is required to use SwiftKey, and you need to explicitly grant the app access to your accounts before any of this takes place.
- Added the ability to personalize from Evernote notes and Google+ public posts
- Fixing several forced closes/crashes
That's about it for this update. As always, links are available below.