Just recently, The well known SwiftKey keyboard for iOS 8 was updated to version 1.2 in the iOS App Store.

The most exciting thing that came in this update was that now it precisely predicts the Emojis that you’re about to use in your sentences. SwiftKey states that over 800 Emojis are supported now.

Moreover, the keyboard now has support for 11 languages:

  • Bulgarian
  • Croatian
  • Greek
  • Hinglish
  • Icelandic
  • Indonesian
  • Latvian
  • Russian
  • Serbian
  • Slovak
  • Turkish

The update also includes several other features like the function to use SwiftKey Flow on the iPad, the function of having keyboard click sounds while typing, and a number of bug fixes to enhance the overall user experience.

If you use the SwiftKey keyboard for iOS 8 already, then you will be able to get this update from the Updates tab in the App Store app. Otherwise, you can get the newest version for free from this link.

Divij has been an iOS user ever since it was introduced, and has been trying all the Apple products as they come and go.
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