Microsoft yesterday released a new update of SwiftKey Beta for Android users. The latest update bumps the app to v18.104.22.168 and it brings support for 43 new languages. With this beta update, you can type in the following languages:
Abua, Berom, Bete-Bendi, Bokobaru, Busa, Central Kanuri, Cicipu, Efik, Ejagham, Gokana, Gude, Hdi, Ibibio, Igala, Ika, Ikwere, Isekiri, Isoko, Ivbie North-Okpela-Arhe, Izere, Jukun Takum, Kamwe, Kanuri, Khana, Kukele, Kutep, Longuda, Lubila, Mada, Mumuye, Mwaghavul, Nigeria Mambila, Nigerian Fulfulde, Nigerian Pidgin, Ninzo, Obolo, Ogbia, Ososo, Tiv, Tsikimba, Tsishingini, and Urhobo.
Microsoft recently introduced a Apple Animoji-like feature in SwiftKey keyboard app called Puppets. Puppets uses Microsoft’s computer vision AI to copy your expressions and head movements. After you create your Puppet, you can share it directly in most Android chat and social apps. For now, these five characters are available: Dinosaur, Panda, Cat, Owl and Dog.