SwiftKey has recently released a new beta version of the Android app. This is after a really long time the company has released the update for the app after they have made it free.
It is the version 5.1 Beta and adds 13 new Indian languages including Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Nepali and Sinhala (Indo-Aryan language family). SwiftKey already supports Hindi and Hinglish.
Moreover, the company has also launched a Diwali-themed keyboard along with the new update.
However, the company says that the official roll-out of the updated SwiftKey app will happen later and at present the language update will be available in beta version via Google Play's official beta channel only. Meanwhile, the Diwali theme can be purchased from Friday.
The new Diwali theme is available for both the stable and beta versions. The new version also brings changes in SSL certificate for secure SwiftKey Cloud's Backup & Sync services.
If you are not aware, the SwiftKey app is a popular third-party keyboard app that learns from usage to increase accuracy of its predictive text inputs and auto-correct suggestions. It also has gesture-based typing with SwiftKey Flow.