Tuesday , August 21 2018


Keyboard replacement app, Swiftkey, is still going strong after their purchase by Microsoft and in the latest update have added in support for five new languages including Warlpiri.

Swiftkey has added support for five lesser known languages including French languages, Alsatian and Norman, as well as Fongbe from West Africa, Hindustani subset Urdu, and Walpiri, with Walpiri a language spoken by the Warlpiri people in the Northern Territory.

With support for over 200 languages or variants, Swiftkey allows you to have up to five languages installed at one time, letting you switch between without changing settings. Swiftkey supports a range of features in modern keyboards including swipe typing, and of course themes – which are all free!

To grab the latest copy of Swiftkey with the five new languages included head over to Google Play and check it out.

SwiftKey Keyboard
SwiftKey Keyboard
Developer: SwiftKey
Price: Free
Source: Google Play.

Daniel Tyson   Editor

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