SwiftKey For Android Gets More Indian Languages Support and Better Performance

By Vivek
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With the motive to penetrate into the Indian market, SwiftKey for Android has been updated with a major performance improvement along with addition of couple of more Indian languages support.

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Thus, the Indian SwiftKey users can grab the updated Swiftkey keyboard from Google Play for free and get new language support as well. To talk about new languages, they include Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi, Tamil, Telugu, Nepali and Sinhala.

SwiftKey For Android Gets More Indian Languages Support and More

With this update, Swiftkey now supports a total of 15 languages spoken in the region. The new update also allows users to toggle between multiple languages simultaneously. This feature will help users who converse with more than one language.

On the improvement side, the company says that the keyboard appears on screen between 15% and 20% faster and disappears 20-30% more quickly than before. Thus, you have less waiting time after you've finished typing. Also, after sending a message, the keyboard now refreshes 15-20% faster.

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Thus, users expecting to use their native language on messaging or other purpose can now easily use the new version of the SwiftKey App.

You can download the latest version of the SwiftKey app from Google Play Store.

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