SwiftKey, the provider of keyboard applications for smartphones and tablets has recently unveiled its version 3.1update which will support Hindi as well as Hinglish languages. Reportedly, the application was developed on the basis of analysis and filtering done on contents from web domain sources in India.
In addition, the company is also working on supporting various other languages that include Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Irish, Tagalog, Macedonian, and Latin America.
In this context, a developer from the company said that the version works on the concept of a dictionary with a list of words. SwiftKey has focused more upon understanding the users mind when he tends to type a word. This analysis has helped the company to identify very sets of possible words that a user would script.
In addition to this, SwiftKey also offers its users with a new seasonal theme color called Berry. Users can even personalize the application by synchronizing it with their Gmail, Facebook, Twitter or other blog accounts.
But this sort of application with support for Hinglish language was already released in the market by Swype and Adaptxt. Hence the company is expected to face a stiff competition right from the moment it launches the version.
The other important features of the version 3.1 include a Split keyboard for medium sized devices, more advanced language packages download, improvised keyboard layout, and fixes for application issues.
Users can now avail the application on Google play both in paid or free trial versions. Moreover, the smartphone and tablet versions would be sold at half the price on Google play.