SwiftKey is one of the most popular keyboards on Google Play Store owing to its highly customizable features and an endless support for theming your keyboard to your heart’s content and the latest update adds various other additions to it.
Swiftkey, in many ways, is similar to Google’s very own Gboard consisting of gesture input and predictive text learning among others. What truly separates it for the UI nerds though is the availability of over 80 themes, all available for free to customize the keyboard. With so many apps flooding the Play Store, it truly is amazing to see SwiftKey still dominating the virtual keyboard market.
The latest update to Swiftkey adds support for Fuzzy Pinyin — a feature to help the Chinese users for accent related words. The app also brings in a refreshed UI for the theme page and fixes flow and longpress issues on the lockscreen.
SwiftKey is the go to choice for many UI nerds out there and with every single theme for SwiftKey being totally free, the app is a must download for people who like to give a personal touch-up to their devices.