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SwiftKey Keyboard for Android gets support for 9 new languages in the latest update

One of the most popular keyboards, SwiftKey Keyboard is now getting a new update. The latest update is being rolled out to SwiftKey Keyboard app on Android platform.

The latest update brings app version 6.7.7.17 to the SwiftKey Keyboard app. The update is already live in the Google Play Store. It has an update size of 25.11MB which isn’t very big.

Talking about the changes it brings, the update comes with some new languages. After this update, SwiftKey has added support for 9 new languages which are Gilaki, S’gaw Karen, Burmese (Zawgyi), Hokkien, Rapa Nui, Sylheti, Toki Pona, and Manipuri (Meitei Mayek).

Changelog:

  • You can now type in 9 new languages: Gilaki, S’gaw Karen, Burmese (Zawgyi), Hokkien, Rapa Nui, Sylheti, Toki Pona, and Manipuri (Meitei Mayek).

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