SwiftKey for Android updated with redesigned SwiftKey Hub and new themes

Microsoft is bringing a fresh new design to the SwiftKey app for Android. They are introducing a sleek, redesigned SwiftKey Hub and three new default themes: light, dark and high contrast. Take a look at the new default themes in the image above. If you are running Android Oreo update on your device, SwiftKey now supports newly added emojis like fairies and vampires. Microsoft is also making it easier for users to type trending hashtags. They are adding hashtag predictions, users have to just type a hashtag, and follow the prompts.

Apart from these updates, they have added support for 6 new language models: Arabic (Levant), Garifuna, Mongolian (Traditional), Sassarese, Tigrinya, Zazaki.

Download the updated app here from Play Store.

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