What is SwiftKey Flow and how do I enable it with SwiftKey Keyboard for iOS?
SwiftKey Flow can be used with the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. It allows you to write by gliding your finger on the keyboard from letter to letter. SwiftKey Flow predicts as you flow - once you see the word you want, just lift your finger off. To complete words with double letters (i.e. 'tt' in 'letters'), simply hold your finger on that letter slightly longer.
You can switch seamlessly between flowing and tapping - there’s no need to change modes.
To enable or disable SwiftKey Flow:
Open the SwiftKey app
Tap the button to toggle SwiftKey Flow on/off
For further help, please watch this instructional video:
Press the slider to toggle ‘Key Click Sounds’ on or off.
Please note that if keyboard click is turned off in Apple settings > Sounds & Haptics, this will not affect the settings selected in SwiftKey. However, flicking the iPhone's Ringer switch to the red position will also mute SwiftKey’s key click.
See the screenshots below for further help:
2 - Haptic Feedback
We've introduced limited Haptic Feedback for users of iPhone 7 and above.
Haptic Feedback will only trigger when certain keys are pressed, for example: opening the emoji panel, long-pressing the emoji/globe key, and activating the 'emoji bomb'.