SwiftKey for Android
SwiftKey for Android can now offer predictions based on your Outlook emails
Microsoft today updated their SwiftKey app for Android with improved predictions. With this update, SwiftKey users get personalized predictions based on their Outlook email content. This update comes with 8 new languages: Acehnes...
SwiftKey for Android updated with Microsoft account support
Microsoft has updated their SwiftKey app for Android with support for Microsoft Account. With this support, new SwiftKey users can sign-in using their existing Microsoft Account instead of creating a new SwiftKey account. In this ...
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...
SwiftKey for Android updated with support for Chinese handwriting and new languages
Microsoft has updated the SwiftKey app for Android with support for 7 new languages and transliteration support for Sinhala & Dhivehi. This update also includes support for Chinese handwriting. In an effort to improve Chinese ...
SwiftKey for Android now supports 9 new languages
Microsoft today released an updated SwiftKey app for Android. With this update, SwiftKey now supports 9 new languages: Marshallese, Manx, Northern Sotho, Kashubian, Chichewa, Ewe, Tetum, Hawaiian, Dutch (BE). Recently, Microsoft a...
Microsoft’s SwiftKey for Android now supports keypress sounds
Microsoft SwiftKey team today announced the support for keypress sounds in SwiftKey for Android. SwiftKey already allows its users to customize their keyboard in various ways and keypress sounds are the new addition. Users can now...