Starting today, SoftKey is updating its Android app. The new features include a revised SwiftKey Hub, three new default themes, and three contrast settings (light, dark and high). The update will also include new emoji (Android 8.0 required) and support for seven new languages. The latter include Bislama, Limburgish, Lower Sorbian, Makhuwa, Nuosu, Silesian and Venetian. That brings the total number that work with SwiftKey to 205.
With SwiftKey for Android, you can use five different languages at one time without having to switch keyboards and layouts. And SwiftKey is far from done here. …