New SwiftKey keyboard update brings the ability to type in more than 5 languages simultaneously. Previously in the older version was actually three languages.
According to the company’s blog post;
“Switch seamlessly between Swedish, Serbian, French, English and Azerbaijani if you’re so inclined!”
I love this feature and it’s a great one for people who are interested in learning new languages.
Your usual language can be English but keeping languages like Kurdish, Russian and Zulu on your device won’t be a bad idea.
The languages included in the new Swiftkey update are Sindhi Pakistan, Pashto, Scottish Gaelic, Uyghur, Chuvash, Chechen and Bashkir.
Moving on, SwiftKey’s next-gen, neural networks- powered predictions are now available in French, German, and Spanish as well.
And finally, with the new update, you can now turn keypress popups on/ off.