Keyboards are essential for smartphones and with the presence of various types of keyboards available for each operating system, users want more accessibility and ease of functioning with them. SwiftKey has identified those user desires in its beta version and is trying to make its app settings easier for the users. The app now includes revamped setting and content menu, and the latest menu also got a fancy name, it is now known as “SwiftKey Hub”.
The new menu, as the name suggests, includes SwiftKey’s major settings, the minimalistic idea behind it is to make the setting compact and easier to function. SwiftKey hub has sections such as, Personalize section, which displays SwiftKey Cloud, typing stats, social options and SwiftKey support. Other section is SwiftKey Store that enables users to simply surf and preview themes in much easier way than the on the present one and makes the menu pretty much easier to navigate through.
Many Indian languages have also got a facelift for the first time with adaptive layouts. There is Dashlane collaboration as well on the app, which is available to those who have the Dashlane app already installed on their device.
For all those who want to try this beta version, will be required to sign up and follow the requisites here. For Beta testers, manually search the update if it has not reached your device already.