How do I install SwiftKey Keyboard for Android?

1. Enable SwiftKey
Tap on button 1 - “Enable SwiftKey″, then tap on the “SwiftKey″ check button (the list will also show previous SwiftKey versions on your phone). An Android warning message will appear. Press “OK” to continue.
Note: SwiftKey does not collect data from sensitive fields such as password fields, and the language models it creates are stored on your phone’s SD card or in your tablet’s memory. Any data we do collect is covered by our Privacy Policy.

2. Select SwiftKey
Tap on button 2 - “Select SwiftKey”, and then tap on the “SwiftKey″ radio button to make SwiftKey your default keyboard.
3. Get better predictions
The SwiftKey Account is a suite of new services that gives you the ability to seamlessly backup and sync your personal writing style across multiple devices, creating a cloud-based hub for each user’s personal language profile.

Tap on button 3 to sign up to a SwiftKey Account. To complete this, tap ‘sign in with Google’ and follow the onscreen instructions.
If you don’t wish to create an account at this stage, just choose ‘not now’. You can always sign up later in the following way:

  1. Open the SwiftKey app from your device
  2. Tap 'Account'
  3. Follow the sign up process 

Congratulations! You have successfully installed SwiftKey. You now have the option to test out SwiftKey in the ‘Type here!’ area, download additional languages, choose your preferred theme, or just choose ‘Finish’ to exit the installation program.

You can easily get back into SwiftKey settings to make changes.

For further help, see our how-to videos here.


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