The SwiftKey keyboard app has now updated its consumer version for Android users, which now officially supports Marshmallow. It also allows Android 6.0.1 users to access the new emoji that come included with the OS in the SwiftKey app. This feature was added to the beta version in December.
Here's what's new in the SwiftKey Android app:
- Support for new emoji (for devices on Android 6.0.1)
- Support for Android Marshmallow
- You can now input currency for: Russia, Argentina, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Slovakia, Germany, Canada & Australia
- Improvements to typing behaviour when backspacing
There are also some bug fixes in this new version:
- Autospace now works with Japanese enabled
- Evernote personalization won't cause repeated listing in settings
- We no longer autocorrect if you start typing a URL at the start of a message or capitalise the first "w"
You can download SwiftKey right now in the Google Play Store.