SwiftKey keyboard for polyglots now allows you to type in five languages simultaneously. Go update the app and drop in your reviews and suggestions to the SwiftKey Team.
SwiftKey Keyboard for Polyglots
SwiftKey keyboard for polyglots is now offering multilingual typing. SwiftKey now allows us to type in 5 different languages on Android. This will be very beneficial for the people who speak and have to do conversation in different languages. SwiftKey keyboards for polyglots lets you switch to different languages simultaneously. The five languages offered by SwiftKey are Azerbaijani, English, French, Serbian and Swedish.SwiftKey keyboard for polyglots is supposed to be helpful for the keen language learners as well. Anyone can learn new languages on the SwiftKey and keep multiple language options on your keyboard. For an instance, you can have options of
SwiftKey keyboard for polyglots is supposed to be helpful for the keen language learners as well. Anyone can learn new languages on the SwiftKey and keep multiple language options on your keyboard. For an instance, you can have options of Russian, Zulu and Kurdish keyboards besides English on your phone.
According to the SwiftKey Team, their commitment for multilingualism support can be seen in their work. They already offer almost 125 languages and allow typing in 3 languages at once. The latest update of typing in 5 languages simultaneously on SwiftKey keyboard for polyglots has proved it yet again. You can now update and download SwiftKey and give your reviews on the Twitter handle or VIP Community of the SwiftKey Team.
This would be a welcome change and some improvement to the language lovers. Apart from that, SwiftKey had already brought stats sharing tp Android beta earlier this year. The SwiftKey team has been bringing a lot of new features to its app. Like the one mentioned above, the app also allows predicting the next emoji.
Not only this, the SwiftKey Team also asks you for suggestions related to updates in language features. You can drop in your suggestions here. The team wants to grow and make the SwiftKey keyboards for polyglots more user-friendly.