First off, SwitfKey for Android now supports GIFs, but only in categories. All GIFs can be accessed from the emoji panel in case you plan on using any. Then, there are new keyboard shortcuts for Bluetooth and hard keyboards.
The new update adds support for Tamlish and Tamil transliteration. Also, transliteration is now supported in Bangla, Kannada, Malayalam, Marathi, Odia, Punjabi and Telugu.
Two fixes have been implemented as well, which should address an issue that would crash the app when deleting punctuation in the Japanese layout, and another one when deleting “!”
If you’re part of SwiftKey’s beta program, then you already benefit from most of these features. If not, you can update to the latest version that has just been released in the Google Play Store.
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