SwiftKey Keyboard update adds toolbar customization, support for more languages
Speaking of new features, the new version of SwiftKey for Android allows users to customers the toolbar that's been added in a previous update. The ability to customize the toolbar includes options like turning features on and off, as well as the possibility to rearrange them in any order.
Aside from the new customization options, the latest update adds support for 7 new languages: Aja, Blackfoot, Seychellois Creole, Kazakh (Latin), K’iche’ and Quechua (Southern). Also, the Location Sharing feature should now be available in no less than 24 new countries.
Finally, the developers tweaked the emoji panel a bit so that it will now default to the last used tab. The update already appears in the Google Play Store, so anyone having SwiftKey installed on their phones can go ahead and download it.