iOS: SwiftKey, makers of our favourite keyboard for Android, just released SwiftKey Note, a note-taking app for the iPhone that brings SwiftKey's gesture typing features to bear and syncs everything you type with Evernote.
We all know that Apple doesn't let you replace the default keyboard across the system (without jailbreaking,) so if you're a fan of gesture typing, you'll have to find an app that lets you do it. SwiftKey isn't the first in this regard; previously mentioned TouchPal Keyboard does as well, and it lets you auto-copy your text and push it to other apps. What makes SwiftKey Note different is that it's also an Evernote syncing note-taker, so if you really love SwiftKey and its features, are an Evernote user, and use your iPhone to take notes, it can come in handy.
The app itself is fairly minimal, and not too much to write home about feature-wise, but it's the SwiftKey implementation that's interesting. If Apple ever opens up its keyboard to third parties, it's proof that SwiftKey could make itself at home in iOS. It's available now, for free, in the iTunes App Store.
SwiftKey Note (free) [iTunes App Store]