SwiftKey has once again updated its Android app, introducing two new themes, continuous voice typing, along with a number of bug fixes as reported by the ever-active SwiftKey community.
The two new summer-inspired themes are Sky (blue) and Fuchsia (pink), both of which you can see from the image above.
As for the mentioned voice typing, it’s available only on devices running Ice Cream Sandwich or Jelly Bean by long-pressing the comma key. In addition, there’s support for two new languages — Malay and Urdu — taking SwiftKey’s total language count to 44.
Finally, it’s worth adding that a number of improvements have been included — like when you’re using SwiftKey in Chrome, Jelly Bean and GTalk or on the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Again, SwiftKey is by far the best virtual keyboard app I’ve used. It’s available for both Android smartphones and tablets and comes with free 30-day trial…