A few days ago, we reported about an unofficial version of SwipeSelection that fixed a longstanding issue with using the tweak inside of Safari. After the attention brought about by that unofficial version, the original developer of SwipeSelection has pushed an update to both the standard and Pro versions of his landmark tweak.
Yes, both SwipeSelection and SwipeSelection Pro now play nice while in Safari, and fix a bug where swiping on the keyboard caused issues with auto correct. If you’re running either version of SwipeSelection, you’ll definitely appreciate this long-awaited update.
SwipeSelection change log
- Fixed long standard bug where swiping caused auto correction to get confused
- Added workaround to move the cursor in Safari on iOS 8
SwipeSelection Pro change log — includes the above two changes plus:
- Localized the settings page into 19 languages
- Updated the icon
It’s not a massive update, but if you’ve used SwipeSelection before, you know how annoying it can be to encounter the swiping problem in Safari. For users of SwipeSelection who encountered this issue and the auto correct problem, this can rightly be deemed a huge update.
What do you think? Are you a SwipeSelection user?