Some SwiftKey users who use the Opera browser will notice an improvement in functionality, while the update also improves the backspace feature when typing a password or a smiley. Also said to be fixed is the bug that caused the whole app to crash when pressing empty predictions. Lastly, the update also repairs an issue with the .com key in the Chrome URL bar.
If you're unhappy with the stock keyboard on your phone, we can tell you that for a limited time, SwiftKey is available for half price. That works out to $1.99 in the U.S., £1.49 in the U.K. or €1.99 in the EU. If you do a lot of typing, we certainly would recommend SwiftKey, which earlier this year added its Swype-like SwiftKey Flow. But even if it is the traditional hunt and peck typing that is your style, SwiftKey will have you typing on your handset as if you were a member of the secretarial pool.
source: SwiftKey via AndroidCentral