Swiftkey for Android is a neat way to make typing in data on your smartphone even more of a breeze. The app itself has just been updated, adding some sweet new functionality which was previously in the beta program. Should you have the stable version installed on your device, you’ll now be refreshed with new personalization options. (Emoji support is still limited to SwiftKey beta for the time being.)
We’ve just bumped Swiftkey on our devices to version 188.8.131.523, which includes the following:
- Added the ability to personalize from Evernote notes and Google+ public posts
- Fixing several forced closes/crashes
It's worth noting that should you be running KitKat, you'll need to re-configure your default keyboards after updating. Annoying we know, but that's the way it goes. Download Swiftkey from the Google Play Store and tell us what you think about the new features.