Microsoft has released a new update for SwiftKey Keyboard for iOS users. The update brings new features and changes the app name to "Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard."
Last month, Microsoft released an update for SwiftKey for Android that changed the app name to "Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard." The tech giant has now updated the iOS app to reflect this change. Furthermore, Microsoft has also added support for one-handed mode and the app now supports over 600 languages. Here's the full changelog of the update:
SwiftKey is now Microsoft SwiftKey. Still the same intelligent keyboard you know and love
In this release we’ve introduced one-handed mode. This is a reduced-width keyboard, designed for one handed typing. Try it out for yourself by long-pressing on the emoji key.
We’ve added 400 new languages, including Ukranian. This means you can now type in over 600 languages.
Microsoft has also rolled out an update to SwiftKey for Android but it does not come with any major changes. Here's the changelog for the Android update:
- In this release we’ve made numerous accessibility improvements and general improvements as part of a continued effort to make the Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard available to all.
The latest iOS update has bumped SwiftKey to version 2.7.9 while the Android app is at version 220.127.116.11. Both the updates are rolling out the users right now and can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play Store respectively.