SwiftKey for Android update brings a new look for the SwiftKey Hub
With the new SwiftKey Hub, users will now be able to type their most commonly used phrases much easier. You can now swipe the hamburger menu to the left of the predictions to find the app's new Hub including new features like SwiftKey Clipboard, Shortcuts, and Incognito Mode.
In case you haven't yet used Clipboard, you can now try out and save some of your preferred phrases then copy and paste them into whatever you're writing, without having to type it again.
Obviously, the Shortcuts feature allows users to create a shortcut to any phrase they have saved on the Clipboard. The Incognito mode doesn't need any explanations, but you should know that you can enable it by swiping right on the hamburger menu in the prediction bar.
SwiftKey developers also implemented transliteration for Hindi and Gujarati, so the app can now predict and correct from Latin characters into script. There's also support for five new languages: Tibetan, Swiss German, Yakut, Low German, and Kurdish (Kurmanji).