Microsoft owns SwiftKey these days, so it’s no surprise some Microsoft features have wormed their way into the keyboard. For example, Microsoft Translator popped up in the beta version some weeks back. Now, Translator has arrived in SwiftKey stable with v18.104.22.168.
The Microsoft Translator support is the headliner, but there are a few new languages as well. Here’s the latest changelog.
- Access Microsoft Translator from the Toolbar
- You can now type in Adyghe, Nubian (Dongolawi), Dotyali, Gorontalo, Ingush, Kabiye, Mi’kmaq, Newar, Wakhi, Kalmyk & Nubian (Kenzi)
- We’ve updated Arabic (Egypt), S’gaw Karen, Marathi, Oriya, Punjabi & Wolof
The Translator is tucked away in the toolbar.
SwiftKey gets Microsoft Translator support in stable version was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
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