Swiftkey, the application that learns and then predicts what you’re going to type, has received another update that addresses previous bugs, as well as adding more features to its repertoire, including Google voice integration.
Swiftkey 3.0.1 also adds two more languages with Urdu and Malay bringing the total up to 44, while two summer themes have also been added, with Sky and Fuchsia bringing some more colour to the application.
After some issues arose with specific browsers, Swiftkey has now ensured the app is able to predict what your are typing in Google Now, the Chrome, Firefox and Dolphin web browser as well as HTC Notes app, without any further glitches.
Android phones that have been updated to either Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0 or Jelly Bean 4.1 can also use SwiftKey with Google voice for dictation rather than typing.
The latest version of SwiftKey is available now from Google Play, Amazon Appstore and AndroidPIT as a free update to current users or for £2.99 to new users, though a free one-month trial is on offer.
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