Swiftkey for android get update here some new improvement and features:
According to blog here are features:
Pinyin for Traditioneed Chinese
Earlier this year, we introduced Chinese language support in SwiftKey Keyboard for Android for the first time. This included seven input methods for users of Simplified Chinese, Taiwan Traditional Chinese and Hong Kong Traditional Chinese. One of the most requested updates for SwiftKey’s Chinese support after the initial launch was support for Pinyin input for Traditional Chinese. In today’s release, we’re happy to announce we’ve now made it possible for all Mandarin speakers to input Traditional Chinese characters by using Pinyin on QWERTY layout.
In this update, we’ve also improved typing performance, particularly when screen orientation is changed. This means that regardless of whether you’re using SwiftKey in portrait or landscape mode, the keyboard will more accurately respond to your keypresses – resulting in fewer typos and easier typing overall.
Note: this update will reset your existing keypress model, or what SwiftKey has learned about where you type on the keyboard. While these changes should make SwiftKey even more accurate and customized to your typing style, it may take a day or two to fully experience the improvements. As always, the stellar SwiftKey Support team is available for any questions or concerns you may have.
In SwiftKey 6, the emoji panel got a major update. Based on your feedback, we’ve made a few more tweaks so using emoji is even easier. The emoji panel will now appear with a dark or light background to better match the theme you are using. It will also remember your last used emoji category for easier searching when you need
Are updated your Swiftkey app? What’s your thoughts?