SwiftKey is one of the most popular keyboards available for the Android and iOS devices. The keyboard is a third-party auxiliary product and it has to be installed separately by the user. The features which SwiftKey offers are so dramatically vast that it has got wide attention from all over the world. The first and the foremost is that, it supports more than 150 different languages in its Android version. The iOS version which does not support that much amount of languages is likely to get updated very soon.

1 40 More Than 150 Languages In A Keyboard: SwiftKey Is Now Offering What Never Have Offerd

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The process of achieving this exemplary milestone is very steady. The blog post of SwiftKey on achieving this milestone stated the talk of one of its engineer. The engineer who has built forty eight out of 150 languages of SwiftKey stated how he worked to achieve this milestone. According to Julien Baley, the engineer at SwiftKey, it was not very easy to cross this milestone. He said, working on the initial one or two languages was pretty tough. But, later on, he got a hand over things and building and adding new languages in the system became easier for him. He told that at later stages, ho could round out about ten language models in just 14 days. Compared to the first few languages, which took more than four months of him, this is a pretty awesome speed.

2 34 More Than 150 Languages In A Keyboard: SwiftKey Is Now Offering What Never Have Offerd

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SwiftKey is working on these items since the beginning of Android and the progress in its designs and offers is impressive. The company has started from offering a better layout of the keyboard while, now, it has included everything which a consumer could imagine to have. The variety and comprehension in its offers has made the surface in its favor since the inclusion of new effects and emoji by SwiftKey are the leaders in this industry.

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