SwiftKey is one of Android's best keyboard apps all around and the go to one for many users. It has a separate beta published on the Play Store and there is a new update released for it. There is nothing major, but an update is an update. The version 184.108.40.206 build comes along with the following small changes/additions.
We’ve added a new language: Karakalpak
Secondary characters have been reintroduced to Incognito mode and we’ve made the watermark more transparent. Thanks for your feedback!
Just like it has been mentioned in the release notes, this version adds one new language to the supported list - Karakalpak. You can enable any language for the keyboard by launching the SwiftKey Beta app from your app drawer, entering the 'Languages' section and then choosing your preferred one.
The next changes come as tiny tweaks to the keyboard UI when you are browsing in Incognito mode, for example in Google Chrome or any other browser app. The additional characters can be used again and the watermark has been made more transparent so that it is less noticeable.
Those are the newest features and changes to SwiftKey Beta. You can install it from the Play Store and get to try out all of the upcoming performance and feature updates that are going to be launched much earlier than the stable version.
Source: Google Play
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