Virtual keyboard SwiftKey coming to Windows 10
Yesterday, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17692 to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring, but the new features included in this preview release can be experienced by those who opted in to Skip Ahead as well. In addition to many improvements and fixes, this build brings a handy tool from mobile to desktop: the virtual keyboard app SwiftKey is now available for Windows 10 users.
According to the official blog post about the new Windows 10 preview release, "SwiftKey intelligence comes to Windows" and this means more accurate autocorrection and improved prediction by learning the writing style of the user.
Those not familiar with SwiftKey for Android and iOS should know that this virtual keyboard app adapts to the user's style by taking into account more than just the most frequently used words — SwiftKey learns the most common phrases and emojis employed by its user, and it also takes into account the writing style.
Thanks to SwiftKey, Windows 10 users can improve their touch keyboard typing in UK and US English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian. Are you a SwiftKey user on Android or iOS? Would you use/have you already used it on Windows 10? Let us know what you think in the comments section.