The SwiftKey Keyboard just received another update. The version released yesterday brings fix for the problematic Sync service. If you may remember, some SwiftKey users reported missing syncs and have been receiving others’ suggestions as bugs last month. Numbers, emails, and @ predictions that were deleted can now be learned as such have been turned back on. This means your device can once again learn previous predictions as needed.
The updated SwiftKey Keyboard app has just added support for eight new languages namely Aragonese, Asturian, Kurdish, Frisian, Faroese, Luxembourgish, Maltese, and Nynorsk. They sound very foreign but we’re guessing some of these are regional dialects. This also means the app is now ready to be used in over 100 languages including US/UK/AU/CA English, ES/LA/US Spanish, German, French, Turkish, Russian, Polish, Arabic, and Italian among others.
Those Talkback users having problems may notice improvements in accessibility. If you are using a Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, you may also notice a better typing experience. The basic features are still there: spell and typo check, A.I.-powered predictions, swipe-to-type, auto-correct, Emoji keyboard, and the Bilingual autocorrect.
SwiftKey Keyboard is one of the best productivity and virtual keyboard apps we know. We shared with you the beta version a few days ago but the app is now really ready.
Download SwiftKey Keyboard from the Google Play Store