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SwiftKey 4 is now out in the Play Store

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Link to Swiftkey 4 https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...htype.swiftkey

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Does anyone know if there is a way to import your stats and commonly used words from the Flow beta to SwiftKey 4?
 
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I switched the flow on then immediately turned it off Bcuz I'm so used to swiping left to delete words. It's funny Bcuz I'd be swiping without looking, thinking I'm deleting things until I look down and find a bunch of words.. Lol

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^^ thats one feature I miss too
 
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It isn't called SwiftKey 4 in the Play Store for people who are looking for it. Just search SwiftKey and you'll find it.

It's SwiftKey version 4.0

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Does anyone know if there is a way to import your stats and commonly used words from the Flow beta to SwiftKey 4?
Should automatically transfer as long as you didn't delete the beta before installing the regular SwiftKey. SwiftKey stores all of your data on your SD card (external I think) so you can easily transfer your data.

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I really like it and it's a nice keyboard, but I've grown so accustomed to the Android 4.2 keyboard for now. Until I get sick of it (I usually do get sick of things rather quick and need a change), I'll give this one another try.
 
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I switched the flow on then immediately turned it off Bcuz I'm so used to swiping left to delete words. It's funny Bcuz I'd be swiping without looking, thinking I'm deleting things until I look down and find a bunch of words.. Lol

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^^ thats one feature I miss too
You can turn off Flow and turn the gestures back on. Just go into the settings.
 
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You can turn off Flow and turn the gestures back on. Just go into the settings.
I turned it off and haven't looked back. Lol

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Can you turn off predictions?

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