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Swiftkey partners up with Sony Pictures to promote upcoming movie PIXELS get some free themes now

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Well known keyboard replacement Swiftkey has today announced that they’re teaming up with Sony Pictures to promote the new Peter Dinklage and Adam Sandler movie PIXELS.

The movie PIXELS, features an alien invasion using the unusual tactic of using retro 80’s arcade games to invade planet Earth. The Swiftkey/Sony Pictures promotion gives you access to some free themes for your Swiftkey keyboard, featuring awesome games from the movie including Donkey Kong, Pac-Man, Q*bert, Centipede and Space Invaders.

You can download the individual keyboard themes or the whole lot as a pack from the Swiftkey store once you’ve installed Swiftkey from Google Play. Now, if you have no idea what PIXELS is, check out the latest trailer:

SwiftKey Keyboard
SwiftKey Keyboard
Developer: SwiftKey
Price: Free
 
Source: Swiftkey.

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Not to dis swift key cos I’ve used it for years since its very beginning but I just recently switched to Google keyboard and I cannot believe the accuracy difference. Could barely ever write a sentence with swift key that didn’t require correcting yet almost never have to correct with Google. Just amazing.

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