Microsoft’s Swiftkey keyboard in/with regard to’concerning’regarding iOS has surprisingly come back to life. After removing SwiftKey from the iOS App Store last month, Microsoft has brought it back due to “popular demand,” and it’s also planning to bring new features to it.“We are investing heavily in the keyboard. Stay tuned,” tweeted Pedram Rezaei, CTO in/with regard to’concerning’regarding Microsoft’s Maps & Local Services division. The iOS version of SwiftKey didn’t stop working after Microsoft get rid of’discard d it from the App Store last month, but the version that just came back hasn’t been updated in over a year.Microsoft didn’t really explain its initial decision to retire the iOS version of its Swiftkey keyboard. The firm’enterprise purchased the keyboard maker back in 2016, and the Android version of SwiftKey has over a billion downloads on the Google Play Store.Compared to the native keyboards on iOS and Android, SwiftKey uses AI to learn your writing style, it maintain’sustain s colorful themes, and it also lets you type faster with swipe typing. The Android version received more frequent updates in recent years, but it seems that it’s eventually’ultimately with regards to’concerning’with respect to to transform’alter . Unless Microsoft has another transform’alter of mind.Do you use SwiftKey and would you recommend it to other mobile users? Sound off in the comments below.