SwiftKey

SwiftKey releases virtual keyboard’s Material Design themes

Even if we're still a few weeks (for some, maybe months!) away from the official release of Android Lollipop, a lot of apps have been releasing their own take on Google's Material Design, giving users a preview of what it will be like when the major update is finally released. Virtual keyboard SwiftKey is the latest app to do so, releasing two new themes in their store that were designed "in the spirit of the upcoming Android L keyboard" but with what they say, is their own unique touch.

SwiftKey adds more Indian languages, Diwali theme

Being the second most populous country in the world and having multiple languages, India should have a special place in app developers' hearts. Virtual keyboard SwiftKey has responded to requests from several users and in its latest beta update, they're adding 13 new Indian languages and they've also come up with a special theme to celebrate Diwali, which is India's biggest holiday.

SwiftKey app improves and fixes features,brings new themes

The competition for virtual keyboards is heating up as apps like Fleksy and Minuum try to corner their share of the digital market. Just a little over a month since it became free for the Android platform, SwiftKey has released an update that brings even more improvement to its existing features, as well as bringing a few minor additions and offering a sale on its own SwiftKey Store.

SwiftKey beta update adds Evernote and Google+ personalization

We aren't necessarily convinced every SwiftKey user needs to be playing in the beta channel, though these series of updates are interesting to watch as they offer hints in terms of upcoming features. Having said that, the folks at SwiftKey have recently rolled out the latest beta release -- which brings some integration with Google+ and Evernote.

SwiftKey 4.5 beta update improves emoji experience

SwiftKey v4.5 was first introduced back in December. That update was released as a beta, but perhaps more important -- it was one that added support for emoji. Also included in that update was an optional number row. While the beta releases are made available for all, they do have to be sideloaded, which means the update process is not as automatic as compared to the Play Store experience.
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