The third-party SwiftKey keyboard for Android has been bumped up to version 3.0.1. The update offers two new summer-inspired themes (Sky blue and Fuchsia pink), integration of Google’s improved voice typing feature (long-press comma key), support for two new languages (Malay/Urdu) and other improvements. There are also bug fixes for using SwiftKey in Chrome, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, GTalk and on a Samsung Galaxy S III. Check out the rest of the changelog below and head to Google Play to learn more.
What’s new in SwiftKey 3.0.1:
Two new themes for summer: Sky and Fuchsia
Two new languages: Malay and Urdu, bringing the total to 44
ICS and Jelly Bean voice input now supported.
General performance improvements and improved application compatibility
Chrome: Fixed doubledouble backspace problems. Fixed Jumpy cursor problems.
Dolphin HD browser: Now has predictions.
Firefox: Fixed doubledouble backspace problems.
Google Now: Now has predictions.
HTC notes app: Now has predictions
Jelly Bean Stock browser: Now has predictions.
Samsung default mail client app: Fixed selection problems on the Samsung Galaxy S3. Fixed crashes on the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Font size and indentation inconsistencies in preference menus.
Font size too large on the Heatmap.
GTalk smiley button has gone in JellyBean.
Handle the case where languagePacks.json somehow gets set to readonly.
Punctuation does not always auto correct.
Reports of performance lag on some devices for some users.
Swedish localisation problems for key height settings.
Theme list wrong after upgrade 2.2 -> 3.0.
Twitter personalization does not handle OAuthException gracefully.
When composing, after an auto-completing punctuation character, selecting the prediction inserts it twice.