SwiftKey Marks All Theme Packs down up to 66% for Black Friday

To celebrate Black Friday, SwiftKey has announced that they are marking down their theme packs as part of the biggest sales day of the year. They'll be marked down by up to 66%, and in the US all the theme packs will be about $0.99 instead of $2.99. Which doesn't seem like a big sale, but that's $2 you can spend elsewhere. SwiftKey introduced themes earlier this year, when they decided to make the keyboard free to everyone. They started out with a limited number of themes and have since added more and more to their collection. Recently they added the material theme pack, which has 5 great looking themes that go along with Android 5.0 quite nicely. Currently there are 7 theme packs Premier pack (10 themes), Pink pack (5 themes), Minimal pack (5 themes), Hot punch (5 themes), Cool punch (5 themes), Accent pack (5 themes), and Material Design pack (5 themes, all new).

This sale starts today at 9am PST (or right about now) and runs through Cyber Monday, which is December 1st, 2014. So you've got a few days to get your discounted theme packs, that you won't want to miss. Usually the themes are $0.99, but now you are getting 5 (and in the case of the premier pack 10 themes), for just $0.99, which is a pretty nice deal. SwiftKey has been one of my favorite keyboard apps and have used it almost exclusively since it launched a few years ago. It works really well for how I type on my phone.

For those outside of the US, Swiftkey hasn't forgotten about you, "For those of you outside of the US who may not be clamoring to shop post-Thanksgiving feasts, we've included markdowns for you, too: theme packs for users outside of the US will be discounted from 50% off."

How many of you are going to be picking up some theme packs from SwiftKey this week? Be sure to let us know in the comments below.

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