SwiftKey is an amazing app on the Play Store, and they decided to integrate their prediction technology into the Samsung Galaxy S 4. And while the Play Store version of the app is not installed on the S 4, Samsung modified it for their liking and used it as the stock keyboard. Something similar was done with both the Galaxy S III and Note II, but this time, SwiftKey actually announced it. And with SwiftKey being the best keyboard (by far) for many, this could make a lot of consumers happy. Those who never switch out the stock keyboard will be getting a good user experience. Will you give it a try?
The integrated version doesn't get updated as often or as quickly as the separate version does so I use the separate version.
They have been using it since Galaxy S2. Just go into your keyboard settings, predictive text, at the bottom tap on privacy terms and it will lead you to swiftkey's website, look: https://twitter.com/bloo/status/312317725236158465/photo/1
I don't know. Is there a difference between the integrated SwiftKey and the stand-alone paid for version? I already am planning on buying the Galaxy S4 but I also bought SwiftKey.