Android/iOS: There's no shortage of draw-to-type keyboards available for Android, but TouchPal brings something new to the party: iOS support. Both versions let you swipe to type and both learn your words as you type to improve accuracy.
While the Android version replaces the default keyboard, the iOS version is a separate app with plug-ins to send your text to the apps you use. Apple won't let third-party developers replace core functionality in iOS, so while Android users can try TouchPal Keyboard and use it as a true keyboard replacement, iOS users have to settle for launching the app when they want to type, and then copying the text to their clipboard and pasting it into the app they want to use. TouchPal tries to alleviate that pain a bit by offering one-touch buttons that moves your swiped text into a new email or status update.
I tested TouchPal on Android and iOS. While Android users won't find much in it that the new SwiftKey Flow doesn't already offer, iOS users may like the experience so much it's worth the added hassle to use it. Both versions are free and available now.