SwiftKey Offers Two New Keyboard Themes for Free

People love the idea of being able to customize the way their device looks and feels. This is why there are many who use messenger apps so they won't stick with the native messenger available on their device. If you're already using SwiftKey, you'll be excited to know that its manufacturer has just announced something exciting on their blog! In time for Halloween, SwiftKey is giving away a couple of their new Ninja keyboard themes for free. Normally, each keyboard theme is available to download for $0.99. But for a limited period, SwiftKey has posted a couple of promo codes you can use to download the themes for free.

If you wish to decorate your SwiftKey app with either of these themes, you can easily download them by tapping on the gift icon on the upper right portion of the Themes page. The code for each is "NINJAPRO" (for the Ninja Pro theme) and "NINJATRY" (for the Ninja Trainer theme). So what makes these two themes different from one another? For starters, Ninja Pro (just as its name suggests) is for those who are in for a challenge. The theme features black keys that make it a challenge for anyone to type out the characters they want to use. On the other hand, Ninja Trainer comes with gray-colored keys with dots to guide you to your next letter. If you're not yet confident enough to be called a Pro, the Trainer theme is a good choice for practicing.

If these two Ninja themes aren't enough for your Halloween celebration, you may opt for their special Halloween pack. This pack is loaded with a total of six themes for you to enjoy: the two Ninja themes, two Orange themes, and two Halloween themes launched from last year. Unfortunately, this special pack is not available for free. It costs $1.99 to download. But if you're a fan of SwiftKey themes, they're quite a great deal. With these themes, you can easily swap out the look of your Messenger app. Typing messages to your friends will no longer be a boring task since these themes will make you feel like you're just playing on your keyboard.

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