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Microsoft today pushed out a new update for its SwiftKey Keyboard app for Android users. The latest update is currently available for download from the Play Store and comes with support for some new languages along with Themes support.

The Keyboard now support handwritten Chinese Characters and Transliteration support for Sinhala & Dhivehi. The Team has also added support for 6 new languages which include Bislama, Lower Sorbian, Nuosu, Limburgish, Silesian, Venetan and Makhuwa Languages.

There is a small change made to the formatting which now supports and displays Gifs across three columns, basically for devices with larger screens. There are also support forĀ  three new themes Light, Dark and High Contrast for Android users on Swiftkey Keyboard after the latest update.

The latest update is currently available for Android users in the Google Play Store and can be downloaded by clicking this link. Do let us know if you find anything new apart from the above mentioned, in the comments below.

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