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This article was published on May 28, 2015

SwiftKey for Android gets a new look, 9 new languages and better Dashlane support

SwiftKey for Android gets a new look, 9 new languages and better Dashlane support
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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Third-party keyboard app SwiftKey just got a tasty update on Android, with a new look, increased language support and better integration with Dashlane.

Load up the latest version and you’ll see a new hamburger menu button on the left. This opens SwiftKey Hub, which lets you access personalization options, settings and the keyboard store for new themes.

SwiftKey Hub

Thanks to its adaptive keyboard layouts for Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati and Marathi, SwiftKey now supports a total of 22 Indian languages. The new additions to its roster are Bodo, Dogri, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Manipuri, Sanskrit, Santali and Sindhi.

SwiftKey Indian languages

SwiftKey has also improved integration with Dashlane’s password management service, so the keyboard now makes your login credentials available when you’re signing into a service, securely.

Dashlane Carbon SwiftKey

Lastly, SwiftKey has a new default theme named Carbon, which has been designed for improved reability and increased visibility of secondary characters.

SwiftKey [Android/iOS]

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