Welcome to this week’s installment of SwiftKey Keyboard Tips & Tricks! In case you missed it, yesterday brought a big update to SwiftKey Keyboard for Android – make sure you go to the Google Play Store to update if you haven’t already.
Today, let’s talk about the new SwiftKey Hub. The Hub – the single biggest design change we’ve ever made to SwiftKey for Android – consists of three tabs: Personalize, SwiftKey Store, and Settings. These tabs allow you to customize your phone to truly make it yours. Every time you re-open the Hub, it will remember the last tab you used and surface it up for you.
For example, if you open the Hub and tap on the Setting tab (the gear icon) to change your layout, when you open the Hub again, you will be back on the Settings tab. This works the same with the Personalize and Settings tab.
What kinds of questions do you have about your SwiftKey Keyboard – on either Android or iOS? Feel free to share your ideas on Twitter or in the comments; we’d love to hear them.
If you missed our last installment, check it out here: How do I fix an incorrect word using SwiftKey Flow? You can download SwiftKey Keyboard for free on Google Play and the Apple App Store now:
Ryan and the Community Team