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Latest SwiftKey beta update brings new 'SwiftKey Hub' menu and small UI enhancements
The newest update to the SwiftKey beta channel will bring a ton of new improvements to the already advanced keyboard app. We already know that SwiftKey is gaining Dashlane integration to help autofill your passwords, and now the SwiftKey team has outlined a few more features that will be present in the new update.
Most notably, the keyboard is gaining a new settings and content menu called the ‘SwiftKey Hub’. Located in an easy-to-access place, the Hub is split into three different screens: Personalize, Store and Settings. The Personalize menu includes your cloud settings, SwiftKey Support and social sharing options. The Store obviously houses a number of different themes for you to choose from, and the Settings tab gives you access to… your keyboard settings.
In addition to the SwiftKey Hub, the update also brings a new layout to the Hindi, Tamil, Gujarati and Marathi languages, enabling you to type more quickly when using these keyboard layouts.
If you’re interested in checking out the latest SwiftKey beta, there are a few hoops to jump through first. Head here to join the SwiftKey beta Google Group and select “join this group”. Then head to this link to become a tester. After that, download SwiftKey beta from Google Play, and you should be all set.
If you decide to download the app, let us know how you’re liking the new improvements!