SwiftKey Concentrates More On Indian Languages With A New Update

The update helps Indian smartphone users to communicate in their native language better.

 

Concentrating more on India markets, it seems nowadays that companies have found the niche place they were looking up on for ages.

Being a very rapid growing smartphone market, the number of users from India are growing in numbers and to reach out this wide market, SwiftKey has recently updated its Android keyboard option bringing in adaptive layouts for Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati, Marathi and Nepali.

This update in the keyboard style seems to be something that users were looking for and the update mainly focuses on the top row of vowels so that they become contextually relevant, intuitive layouts and availability of both roman and local script on the number pad.

Also, the regular users of Swiftkey may find that some characters that are not used commonly from the top layer of the keyboard have been removed.

To make the app as relevant as possible to users who prefer communicating in their native languages, it is said that the SwiftKey team has worked closely with the Jawaharlal Nehru University.

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