SwiftKey Keyboard for Android brings a massive update 220.127.116.11, with some cool new features as well as making all themes completely free! One of the most popular keyboard app on the Play Store finally got updated, bringing some welcome changes that should make typing even better, there’s a support for even more languages, as well as transliteration support for Hindi and Gujarati.
Other notable changes include a refreshed Hub offering SwiftKey Clipboard, Shortcuts, and Incognito mode. To access the Hub just swipe the hamburger menu (placed left to the predictions), and that’s it!
The update finally brings transliteration for Hindi and Gujarati languages, a feature many users requested for quite some time. The transliteration enables the app to predict and correct from Latin characters, into the script.
The update brings support for five new languages – Tibetan, Swiss German, Yakut, Low German (Plattdüütsch) & Kurdish (Kurmanji). Aside from new features, the long awaited transliteration for Hindi and Gujarati, and new supported languages, the update brings lots of optimizations and improvements that make typing even easier. You can check out the full changelog below:
UPDATE: We’ve made all themes completely free!
– Swipe the hamburger menu to the left of the predictions to find our newly refreshed Hub including: SwiftKey Clipboard, Shortcuts, and Incognito mode.
– Introducing transliteration for Hindi and Gujarati – now we’ll predict and correct from Latin characters into script
– Five new languages: Tibetan, Swiss German, Yakut, Low German (Plattdüütsch) & Kurdish (Kurmanji),
– Ongoing tweaks and improvements for a better typing experience