SwiftKey Updated to 3.1 on Android Phones and Tablets

With a new Berry theme, support for more languages and more

By on December 20th, 2012 18:21 GMT

A new flavor of the Swiftkey application is now available for download for devices running under Google’s Android operating system, including tablet PCs.

The updated flavor of the app arrives with a new Berry theme, while also adding support for some more languages, including Armenian, Azerbaijani, Georgian, Hindi, Hinglish, Irish, Macedonian, Spanish (Latin America) and Tagalog.

Furthermore, the new update brings along a split keyboard for normal-sized devices, and also delivered updates for key layouts on some keyboards.

There are also improved language pack downloads for users to enjoy, along with fixes for some force close issues.

Only the paid versions of the app appear to have been updated for the time being, available on Softpedia via this link for phones and on this page for tablet PCs. All Android 2.1 and newer devices are supported.

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