Microsoft’s popular third-party keyboard for iOS, SwiftKey, is back on the App Store just weeks after the company announced it was shutting down the app and removing it from the platform.


In September, Microsoft said that the SwiftKey app for iOS had been shut down and removed from the App Store for no apparent reason. SwiftKey was a popular alternative for iPhone users to Apple’s default iOS keyboard, leaving many disappointed with the decision. Now, a few weeks later, Microsoft says that due to customer feedback, it’s bringing the app back to the App Store.

“Based on customer feedback, SwiftKey iOS has been re-certified in the Apple App Store‌,” said Microsoft spokeswoman Caitlin Roulston. the edge. The news was too Subscribed on Twitterwith a Microsoft employee harassing users to “stay tuned” with what’s in store for the app.

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