Microsoft today pushed out a new update for its SwiftKey app for iOS devices. The new update is a minor update but brings an important feature to the SwiftKey app for iPhone users. The update also comes with the usual round of fixes and improvements to the performance of the application.
After the latest update the SwiftKey iOS users will now get a Global Key to access SwiftKey’s Clipboard. The Clipboard is used to save snippets of text for later. To access the Clipboard you would need to press and hold the Globe Key.
The SwiftKey which already supports more than 100 languages gets support for more new languages like: Bislama, Lower Sorbian, Estonian, Kabardian, Limburgish, Yakut (Sakha), Silesian, Venetan and Makhuwa.
There are also fixes for URLs and other copy and pasted text which were included in predictions. This issue has now been fixed by the company. Apart from this there are some Accessibility bugs which have also been fixed in the latest update.
The latest update with version 2.1.1 for the SwiftKey Keyboard app can be downloaded by clicking the link below from the App Store.