Last week, the popular keyboard app company SwitfKey has announced the transliteration support for their system. Along with that, they introduced the beta of new Indian languages in the SwiftKey app. Now the company has officially released the transliteration support with the new version of their app.
The new update is now globally available and you can download it right now on your devices. The new update brings many other new features as well. Most importantly, this update brings the most awaited GIF support to the SwiftKey app. Also, it contains some important bug fixes and performance improvements. However, the initial lag of the app in low-end phones has been fixed with this version.
The newly added Indian languages include Bangla, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi, and Telugu. These are some of the widely used languages in India. So, this update is a significant one for the Indian users. With this new transliteration feature, you can type in your native language by spelling words out phonetically in English. That’s a pretty impressive feature for this globally used keyboard app. SwiftKey will give you corrections and word predictions in both English and the native language. Thereby, you will be able to write in both English and your native language.
Download the latest version of Swiftkey app now.