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Good news, Australians -- no longer will your unique contributions to the English language go unnoticed. SwiftKey has announced that it's added full Aussie dictionary support in the latest version of its leading SwiftKey 3 keyboard app. SwiftKey says Assues are 30 percent more likely to use the word "barbecue" than dreary Brits, and twice as likely to bust out the old favorite "mate." So if you're planning a barbecue with your mates, you'll hopefully find it easier to say so with SwiftKey 3.

The new English (AU) language option can be found along with the many other flavors of the English language under Languages & layouts" in the main SwiftKey menu.

To celebrate the launch of its Australian dictionary, SwiftKey is also giving Aussies 50 percent off the standard price of SwiftKey 3, so there's an added incentive to give it a try if you're not already on-board.

Source: SwiftKey

 
There are 5 comments

Kvoth says:

About bloody time! :)

marisdaman says:

Since Is SwiftKey flow is on Verizon Note 2, it should be hitting the play store soon for everyone else.

Matt74uk says:

There's only one type of English, The Queens English. Anything else is simply a mistake ;)

Xanth18 says:

Well, that's the same kind of vernacular that us Canadians use when referring to having a "Barbeque" with friends... it's not "Barbecue", unless the q spelling is predominantly Canadian. Which, I can imagine might be since we're an odd bunch. ;)

JobiWan144 says:

Crikey!

We love the Aussies :)