updated 10:27 am EST, Thu January 30, 2014
Connects with Evernote
SwiftKey has launched SwiftKey Note, its promised iOS app. While the app doesn't replace the default iOS keyboard, as SwiftKey's technology does on Android, it retains the company's auto-correction and next-word prediction technology, the latter of which evolves over time based on previous typing. Notes and prediction data can be synced with Evernote.
Some other features include the ability to tag notes and/or group them together into Notebooks, and support for Spanish, French, German, and Italian. Notes can be quickly shared with others via AirDrop, Messages, or Mail.
The app is a free download, and runs on any device with iOS 6 or later. Currently, though, users must have iOS 7 to take advantage of font and list formatting options.