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Re: SwiftKey Issue on Nexus 7 (2013)
Swype and Swiftkey are two separate products. I think that Samsung does use Swiftkey as the basis for their trace keyboard. One of the greatest features of Swiftkey (if you buy it) is the ability to link it to your Google account and sync your trends and word lists across multiple devices. I have an installation on my Nexus 4, and on my Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and it's nice to have my keyboard trends and memory synced between the two devices. Plus, if I have to factory reset one of the devices, or upgrade to a new one, the keyboard doesn't have to re-learn all my words and trends.
Originally Posted by hiwayracer