Android’s popular third party keypad application Swiftkey has announced the roll out of a new upgrade for the application for Android devices, the Swiftkey 3. The upgrade adds the much awaited support for the Hinglish language to the keypad.
Users would now be able to type words in Hinglish which is fast becoming a trend with most keypad applications due to their growing demand.
Earlier Swype had announced the inclusion of the Hinglish dictionary and now Swiftkey also joins the bandwagon. The app developer has also announced a festival discount of 50 per cent on the regular price of Rs 100 for downloading the app.
Swiftkey 3 keypad also includes the brand new swipe to type technology that allows users to just simply glide their fingers over the letters in order to formulate the desired word and natural language technology.
Using natural language technology Swiftkey apps learns typing style through SMS, emails and posts on social networks. Based on the way you respond and post text online, the smart engine suggests, to a high degree of accuracy, words that you might have meant to type. Combining the two technologies the Swiftkey flow makes up a great new application for android devices. When writing a text, email or tweet, the profile is used to correct typos in context, predict a word as it is being traced, or suggest the most likely next word in a sentence.