SwiftKey for Android Gets Support for 11 Indian Languages



 SwiftKey for Android

Swift key has rolled out an replace for its Android app that provides support for 11 Indian languages that was previous handiest on hand in the beta model. The replace also improves the typing speed and overall performance of the favored 1/3-birthday celebration Qwerty keyboard.

Swift key update contains support for eleven new Indian languages – Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali and Sinhala. It’s value noting, that these new languages have been released in a beta keyboard app for Android last month. The extra 11 Indian languages have resulted in a total of 81 supported languages on swift key.

The replace also brings efficiency improvements. Swift key for Android, would now take 15 to 20 % lesser time to seem on the monitor and 20 to 30 % time has been reduce down while the app disappears, as per the exams conducted through the agency. Also, the app will now let customers swap between totally different fields sooner by around 15 to 50 % and type with faster response time of 10 to18 %, stated  Steve Spence, vice president of Engineering in a blog post announcing the update.


SwiftKey for Android Gets Support for 11 Indian Languages, Improved Performance

Swift key for Android’s fermium version was once launched back in June this year. Up to now, the app charged Android customers $3.99 (roughly Rs. 250).

Swift key’s competitor, Swype not too long ago up to date its 1/3-birthday party keyboard utility for the ios platform by means of adding 16 new languages and intuitive emoji improve. The app maker claims that with the brand new replace, Swype will predict emoji according to the words customers enter, and supports 6 languages – English (UK and US), French, Italian, German and Spanish.