SwiftKey gets complete design overhaul on iOS, 68 new languages and 6 themes added

Less than a week ago SwiftKey was launching a small update for its Android app which added keypress sounds. Today, iOS users are the beneficiaries of a much more significant update that completely changes the way the keyboard looks and adds a ton of new languages.

The update introduces a new icon, two new animated themes (Zig Zag and Cogs), as well as two re-designed default themes Nickel Light and Nickel Dark.

Also, support for 68 additional languages has been added, upping the number of languages supported by SwiftKey for iOS to 106. The new language models and the themes will be available to each user who opens the SwiftKey container app from the home screen.

All the new languages added in the latest update are marked with a green dot. You can download any of the language models by tapping the “Download” tab next to the name of the language.

The new update for SwiftKey is available starting today on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. With the addition of 68 new languages, SwiftKey might be the only iOS keyboard to offer so many language models on Apple's mobile platform.

source: SwiftKey


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