SwiftKey has rolled out a huge update to its third-party iOS keyboard. Version 1.2 includes several features requested by users such as SwiftKey Flow for the iPad. Users can now type and use swipe gestures on their iPod touch, iPhone or iPad, and access over 800 emoji by using the smiley key. SwiftKey will also now learn and predict what emoji a user uses more often, just like it does with words and phrases.
Version 1.2 of the app also includes 11 new languages, and users can have up two languages enabled at one time. The 11 new languages include: Bulgarian, Croatian, Greek, Hinglish, Icelandic, Indonesian, Latvian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak and Turkish. Arabic, Hebrew and Farsi are currently being beta tested and will be added in a future update.