SwiftKey — easily the most popular third-party keyboard on Android — will soon be making its way to iOS, though not in as comprehensive a manner as the keyboard exists on Android. An image published by @evLeaks shows off a press photo of what appears to be a new note-taking app.The app appears to be relatively straightforward, and it conforms to the iOS 7 style of design nicely. The keyboard on the app, however, is what sets it apart: there are obvious signs that it will include at least some of the best features of SwiftKey. No word on a release, though, so we’ll have to wait and see how much functionality the developers have been able to include in this app.
The app looks interesting to me, so I’m looking forward to its release.