Third party keyboard lovers can go pick up the latest update to hit Google Play for SwiftKey, one of more popular keyboard apps to ever launch for Android. In the newest update, version 4.4.2 (kinda neat), the developers were able to cut back on the amount of RAM the app was using, as well as fix several other memory and performance issues.
From a look at the changelog, it’s clear this release is more of a bug fixer, but we like that. Nothing beats refining a user’s experience. Go take a peak at the changelog, then follow the link below to grab the update.
- Several memory and performance issues resolved
- Ice theme uses less RAM now
- Some force closes when loading languages
- Other force closes affecting different parts of the app
- Keyboard no longer jumps after unlocking the device with a password
- The bottom row is no longer hidden by the menu bar on some Motorola and Meizu devices
- Fixed some issues with SwiftKey Cloud sync