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Microsoft rolled out a new update for its SwiftKey with an improved version for its Flow features. The update improved the Flow on the SwiftKey for New users but the existing users have had some issues with the Flow feature after the update.

With the new update Swiftkey doesn’t automatically add a space after a word is swiped but instead it adds space when a new word is typed by the users. This issue leads some users to think that there is no space after the word they typed but actually SwiftKey adds the space in front of the new word instead of at the end.

The features in the latest update were not received well by the users on Android and there have been lot of negative reviews being sent by the users after the latest SwiftKey update. However the developers are aware of the issue and are working on fixing or bringing a workaround which should be rolled out very soon.

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