SwiftKey Keyboard is finally available for iOS, it comes as a note-taking app integrated with Evernote from the ground up. Since apple does not allow third-party applications that replace the native keyboard unlike the Android which let’s you customise the input methods. SwiftKey had to play by Apple rules and integrate the keyboard experience in a standalone note taking app called SwiftKey Note.
SwiftKey keyboard on iOS is fairly easy to use with as little customization, an extra row of prediction appear over the native iOS keyboard . The iOS application syncs with your Evernote account which helps you access the files on various platforms. SwiftKey provides a development kit so that interested developers can integrate the keyboard inside their apps.