Microsoft's SwiftKey Keyboard received support for dark mode on iOS in September of last year as part of a new update in preparation for the iOS 13 release. Five months later, the keyboard app has added the same feature to its Android version.
SwiftKey Keyboard for Android has received two new features in this latest release. First is the dark mode support as mentioned above, a helpful and widely popular feature meant to help reduce eye strain when viewing your screen in low light conditions, among other benefits. Another change is a redesigned Setting page for easier search and customization.
The update bumps the app's version number to 18.104.22.168. Here's the full changelog:
Your SwiftKey Settings now offer a brand-new look. We’ve redesigned Settings to make things easier to find and your SwiftKey Keyboard easier to customize. Go check it out by pressing the ‘Cog’ icon on your Toolbar or tapping your SwiftKey app icon from your device app drawer.
SwiftKey Settings now support dark mode. Dark mode is available as an option for devices running Android 10.
The new features are available to everyone starting today. You can also download the app via the Play Store if you haven't already.