Microsoft pushed out a new update for its SwiftKey app for Android users. The latest update comes with support for 7 new languages and support for Sinhala and Dhivehi. The latest update brings some new support for Chinese handwriting and more.
After the latest update the SwiftKey users can now use the SwiftKey in Chinese handwriting as the company has made some improvements to Chinese handwriting. The team has also added 7 new languages which include Bislama, Lower Sorbian, Nuosu, Limburgish, Silesian, Venetan & Makhuwa.
Users will now be able to view GIFs in 3 columns but only for users on larger devices. The company has also added support for Transliteration support for Sinhala and Dhivehi. The latest update for the SwiftKey keyboard is currently live and can be downloaded by clicking the below PlayStore link.