Smart keyboard and prediction tech company SwiftKey has pushed out a new update to its Android app. The update brings the ability to type in up to 5 languages simultaneously – previously the limit was three.
“Switch seamlessly between Swedish, Serbian, French, English and Azerbaijani if youre so inclined!” the company said in a blog post.
“This feature is great for people who are enthusiastic about learning new languages as well; you can be a native English speaker but keep Kurdish, Russian and Zulu keyboards on your device just in case.”
In addition, the update also includes support for seven new languages, including Sindhi Pakistan, Pashto, Scottish Gaelic, Uyghur, Chuvash, Chechen and Bashkir.
Moving on, SwiftKey’s next-gen, neural networks-powered predictions are now available in French, German, and Spanish as well. And finally, with the new update, you can now turn keypress popups on/off.
Source | Google Play