SwiftKey for Android now supports 150 languages

Microsoft today updated the SwiftKey keyboard app for Android devices with support for new languages. Now you can type in these 12 new languages: Friulian, Lingala, Fijian, Rwanda, Oromo, Tsonga, Tswana, Swazi, Venda, Sesotho, Hiligaynon and Southern Ndebele. With this update, SwiftKey for Android now supports 150 languages. They have also fixed a bug related to TalkBack in this update. SwiftKey for Android comes with the following features,

  • Kills your typos
  • Type faster with A.I.-powered predictions
  • Simply swipe-to-type with SwiftKey Flow
  • Autocorrect that actually works
  • Always learning your slang, nicknames and phrases
  • 80+ colors, designs and themes
  • Emoji keyboard – learns and predicts your favorite emoticons
  • Bilingual autocorrect across 100+ languages
  • Teach the autocorrect your quirks from your online accounts

Download the updated app here from Play Store.

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