SwiftKey for Android Gets Updated: New Default Theme, Improved Dashlane Support, And More
After shifting to Freemium last year, SwiftKey has not stopped for a minute in providing users with new features. In the latest update, the keyboard app is providing users with a new default theme, nine new languages and improved Dashlane support.
Some people might find these features similar as the Beta version already has them. The new update started rolling out today but if you have not received it yet, you probably will in some time. After loading SwiftKey (updated version, of course), you will see a menu button on the left.
SwiftKey Hub will open which will let users personalize options and settings. Hub also lets you access your themes quickly. You can even assess Keyboard store (money$$$$) for new themes. Further, the Hub has a light theme keeping Android 5.0 material design in mind.
Most noticeable feature category award goes to Carbon, the new default theme. Supposedly, it is a mixture of material design and SwiftKey’s brand image.
International users must be super excited because of the update since it is now providing 22 Indian languages including Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil and Hindi. Other additions to the language lineup include Sindhi, Santali, Sanskrit, Manipuri, Maithili, Konkani, Kashmiri Dogri and Bodo.
Last but not the least, SwiftKey has also improved the password management service with the Dashlane integration, which ensures secure signing into a service. Moreover, it enhances keyboard’s ability to predict intelligently.
The new update, although available in beta versions, has attracted international users. Especially because of the addition of several new languages which makes the app more universal.