Swiftkey Update brings New Toolbar, Stickers, and Faster UI:- The Famous Android and ios keyboard Swiftkey has gained a tremendous popularity in the mobile platforms. The app features many stickers and supports a user-friendly interface which made it one of the most popular and interesting keyboard.
Recently the SwiftKey announced a major update, which is described as the biggest update since the company was acquired by Microsoft in 2016.
The latest version SwiftKey 7.0 brings a new toolbar menu that’s to be found under the “+” sign on the left of the prediction bar. On Android, the Toolbar will replace the existing Hub.
The new feature offers quick access to things such as stickers, collections, calendar, clipboard, GIFs, themes and quick settings.
Another two features which are coming soon in this app are location sharing and Calendar sharing. The Location sharing is available only for the users in US and India which will let users insert the address of a nearby place in a message. The second feature i.e., Calendar sharing will allow people to insert a calendar appointment from within the app.
The latest update brings a large number of the stickers and the ability to the personalize stickers according to a message. Customized or favorite stickers can be saved under Collections, for easy later access. To check out Collections, simply tap on the pin tab located at the top of the keyboard.
(Swiftkey Update brings New Toolbar, Stickers, and Faster UI)
Note: ‘SwiftKey is planning to bring an exclusive Microsoft sticker pack in the Toolbar section of the app soon’.
SwiftKey Keyboard uses Artificial Intelligence to automatically learn your writing style, including the emoji you love to use (if you use emoji), the words that matter to you and how you like to type. That means autocorrect and predictive text that actually works because it adapts to you.
The new update also adds support for 8 new “Lish” languages. A “Lish” language is a hybrid language that lets users shift between two languages.
In this case English and eight Indic languages including Assamese, Bengali, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia and Telugu. With these new options, SwiftKey now offers compatibility with over 40 Indian languages.
SwiftKey’s iconic features including smart autocorrect, Flow and next-word predictions are still available to use. But now users will also be able to use GIFs, Stickers, Settings, Themes, and Clipboard for an, even more, better typing experience.
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