Microsoft’s SwiftKey Keyboard updated to Version 2.8.3 today on iPhone and iPad devices. This updated added layout support for a large number new languages such as Bepo and Yakut and also added compatibility for iOS 14.
Here’s the full release notes:
We’ve added the following new language layouts to provide you with even more choice when typing: Belarusian, Bepo, Chechen, Colemak, Kabardian, Ossetian, Qwerty (Estonian), Qwertz (Albanian), Qwertz (Swiss French), Rapa Nui, Rusyn, Svorak (Swedish), Tajik, Tatar, Turkish (F), Twi, Venetian, Wakhi, and Yakut.
We’re designing for the future – Microsoft SwiftKey is now compatible with iOS 14.
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