Microsoft Translator support comes to SwiftKey for Android3
Thanks to Microsoft Translator support, SwiftKey users won't have to switch apps or copy and paste back and forth. The new tool can be accessed directly from the app's toolbar, so there's no need to scroll through any menus.
Besides adding Microsoft Translator support, the developers included the option to type in one new language – Dungan. Also, a new Tamil99 native top row symbols layouts are now available for SwiftKey users. Last but not least, the latest update adds Indic native top row symbols layouts.
One thing that's worth mentioning is that all the new features mentioned above are only available for SwiftKey beta on Android devices. Still, we can safely assume that Microsoft Translator support will be made available to everyone in the coming weeks. If you want to try out the new features, you can always download SwiftKey beta via Google Play Store.