Latest SwiftKey for iOS update features fix for MSA sign-in issues

Kevin Okemwa

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Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard app icon on iOS.

Towards the end of last month, we saw Microsoft bring back SwiftKey for iOS back to the App Store. This is after removing it from the platform for about a month. Microsoft indicated that the move was prompted by the many complaints and requests from clients asking it to restore the application.

The company restored the third-party application to the App Store, though it was still running on the August update. Vishnu Nath, Microsoft’s Vice President & GM of OneNote and the Office Product group further tweeted and indicated that there was a lot in store for users and that they should stay tuned.

And now, a new update is available for download in the App Store. Vishnu has indicated that the update features a fix for Microsoft Account sign-in issues.

Have you experienced any MSA sign-in issues while using SwiftKey for iOS? Did this update resolve this issue? Share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

‎Microsoft SwiftKey AI Keyboard
‎Microsoft SwiftKey AI Keyboard

via: Neowin