While it doesn’t get updated as often as the Office 365 suite of apps, Microsoft SwiftKey does see an update every couple of months on average and they tend to be sizable updates. The update that the Redmond company released today for their Android keyboard app is no exception. It brings a significant number of improvements with a heavy emphasis on improvements around Arabic.
The update is version is 220.127.116.11 for those keeping score at home. It is in the Play Store now and if you have the keyboard installed, you likely have the update waiting or it has been installed if you have Automatic Updates enabled.
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The SwiftKey team at Microsoft has rolled out another new update to the SwiftKey for Android app. The update, version 18.104.22.168 for those keeping score at home, brings support for five new languages, Alsatian, Fongbe, Norman, Urdu (English), and Warlpiri, as well as several bug fixes to the keyboard alternative for Android phones.
With the addition of Alsatian, Fongbe, Norman, Urdu (English), and Warlpiri, SwiftKey for Android now supports well over 200 languages natively, making it one of the most language diverse apps in the Google Play Store.
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SwiftKey, the Microsoft keyboard alternative for Android, has a new minor update rolling out that brings the ability to instantly share your location when using the keyboard. The update, version 22.214.171.124 for those keeping score at home, is rolling out now in the Play Store.
Once you have this new version installed on your phone, you will have the ability to share your location while using the keyboard. Sharing your location will share the current address of your location with whomever you are texting messaging while using the keyboard.
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There is a new update to Microsoft’s SwiftKey keyboard app rolling out today in the Play Store. The update, version 126.96.36.199 for those keeping score at home, brings support for nine new languages as well as a number of bug fixes. It also brings support for Hiragana layout for Japanese language users.
As for the new languages, users of SwiftKey now have these new ones available: Afar, Banjarese, Fulani, Gayo, Guarani, Madurese, Minangkabau, Nias, Bengkulu. That brings the total number of languages supported by the keyboard app to well over 200.
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Microsoft has released a new update to their SwiftKey keyboard app for Android. The new build brings a handful of new features including a new Quick Paste feature. This new feature allows you to copy text from your screen and it will be available to you in your prediction bar at the top of the keyboard. This makes pasting that copied text quick and easy.
Along with the new Quick Paste feature, support for seven new languages are in this update. Those languages are Chamorro, Ju|’hoan, Lisu, Palauan, Piedmontese, Sardinian & Scots. Related to this, there are also new layouts available for Naratgul and VEGA
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