SwiftKey, the third-party keyboard available for Android devices running under 2.1 or newer flavors of the OS, has just got updated to version 126.96.36.1992.
The new release brings along support for Google’s latest mobile operating system release, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, along with various other improvements.
Among them, we can count a series of fixes for the user interface, one of which addresses missing secondary characters. Additionally, an issue that caused predictions not to appear in popups has been resolved as well.
The new application flavor comes with a series of other bug fixes as well, all meant to provide users with a better experience than before. All these come on top of the enhancements that SwiftKey 3 brought along several weeks ago.
You can find the new application release in Google’s Play Store.