Latest SwiftKey beta update for Android can automatically switch to ‘Incognito mode’

January 22, 2019

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SwiftKey’s Incognito mode can be used when you don’t want your keyboard to learn when typing certain words or phrases. There are a variety of cases where you’d prefer that common or rare words don’t appear in your candidate predictions. This may be the case while working on a specific short term project at work or school, when chatting in a game or forum app, and even when shopping online.

With the latest SwiftKey beta update for Android (v7.2.2.31), SwiftKey will now automatically switch to ‘Incognito mode’ when typing in sensitive fields.

Download the update here from Play Store.

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