SwiftKey Keyboard v5.3 for Android brings 9 new Indian languages, SwiftKey Hub and more

SwiftKey Indian language layout

SwiftKey for Android has been updated to version 5.3 that adds nine new Indian languages – Bodo, Dogri, Kashmiri, Konkani (in both Devanagari and Kannada scripts), Maithili, Manipuri, Sanskrit, Santali and Sindhi. It also adds a new adaptive new layouts to our Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi and Nepali languages. It also adds Emoji Prediction for Tamil, Gujarati, Nepali and Marathi keyboards for the first time.

The update brings new SwiftKey Hub that slides from the left, offering access to Personalize, the SwiftKey Store, and Settings. The Hub also features a carousel of themes you’ve already downloaded as well as built-in free themes for quick and easy browsing. SwiftKey Hub and new layouts were release in beta version of Swiftkey last week. Now the beta version is also updated to stable.

New features in SwiftKey v5.3.0.124 for Android

  • SwiftKey Hub – Swipe or tap to the left of the prediction bar to dive into settings, stats & store
  • New ‘Carbon’ default theme – a combination of the Minimal and Material themes
  • Password Management – Seamlessly login to apps with Dashlane, now instantly accessible from within SwiftKey
  • Indian languages –  – Reimagined layouts for Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati and Marathi
  • Other languages – Simpler & clearer layouts for Thai, Khmer and Lao, Serbian (Cyrillic) & Burmese support

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Author: Srivatsan Sridhar

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