Swiftkey has released a new update for its popular Android keyboard on PlayStore. The new update allows the popular third-party keyboard to support the 184 new emoji’s available on devices running Android 6.0.1. Also new currency images of countries that were not in the previous version has also being added.
Other changes made via the new update, are bug fixes and stability improvements, although not visible they will improve the overall stability of the application.
Here’s a list of what’s new and fixed in this version
- Support for new emoji (for devices on Android 6.0.1)
- Support for Android Marshmallow
- You can now input currency for: Russia, Argentina, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Slovakia, Germany, Canada & Australia
- Improvements to typing behaviour when backspacing
- Autospace now works with Japanese enabled
- Evernote personalization won’t cause repeated listing in settings
- We no longer autocorrect if you start typing a URL at the start of a message or capitalize the first “w”
Swiftkey certainly has a large user base, with its interactive features wouldn’t use it anyway. The application recently added a feature in its beta app, that can tell users about their typing patterns the words, topics they write about often, also, if a user has taught the application new words, which emoji a user uses more and other fun features.
Swiftkey is a free app, that makes profit from selling its themes, if you have the app and want a update simple visit PlayStore, search for the app when it comes up you will see the update option, that’s if you already have the application on your smartphone. If not, you will have to download the application.