Available for download now, Microsoft’s SwiftKey for Android got a new language content update yesterday. Here’s a look at the specifics of the language content update.
SwiftKey for Android can now use more human predictions that are powered by the Neural Alpha neural network, for French, German, and Spanish. Another exciting SwiftKey development is the ability to type in five languages at once on your Android device. In addition, SwiftKey added seven new languages, including Sindhi Pakistan, Pashto, Scottish Gaelic, Uyghur, Chuvash, Chechen, and Bashkir.
In addition to the new language options, SwiftKey now allows you to turn keypress pop-ups on or off, as well as general performances fixes and improvements to offer a more fluid typing experience on your Android device. Let us know in the comments what you think of the latest version of SwiftKey for Android.Android, Apps, Microsoft, Swiftkey, update