SwiftKey has been regularly updating its keyboard app for iOS devices to fix major usability & performance issues. The SwiftKey has already rolled out two big updates this month with one of them providing major performance improvements, and the second one including support for seven different languages. If the SwiftKey keyboard app hasn’t been automatically updated, you can grab SwiftKey from the App Store link below.
A SwiftKey app for Android Operating system update is rolling out currently that shortens the amount of time so it takes for your keyboard to show up by 15 to 20 %, decreases the keyboard quit time by 20 to 30 %, allows 15 to 50 % faster switching among fields and makes typing 10 to 18 % more responsive.
Performance improvements in usually-used apps are always welcome, particularly when it comes to doing typing things a speedier experience. If you’re a SwiftKey person, keep an eye out for this update. And if you’re not, you can download SwiftKey from the Play Store.