Swiftkey gets updated on iOS, brings new languages, themes
The popular Swiftkey keyboard for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch received a new major update today. The version 2.0 of the app brings 68 new languages (the app now supports a total of 106 language models), six new themes and more.
In the blog post announcing the new release, the team explained that the app now offers “more language models than any other iOS keyboard available right now.” The company is also proud of the new design changes introduced in this major release: you’ll find an updated emoji panel, settings and icon, and two new animated themes called Zig Zag and Cogs (each available in three colors). The default themes Nickel Light and Nickel Dark have also been updated with a cleaner look.
If you’re curious, you can check the full list of 68 new languages models in the full blog post. Swiftkey 2.0 requires iOS 9.0 or higher and you can get it from the download link below.App update, iOS, keyboard apps, Swiftkey