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TC Teaches: How to Add Multiple Languages ​​to Swiftkey Keyboard

TC Teaches: How to Add Multiple Languages ​​to Swiftkey Keyboard

If you’ve been following us for a while, then you probably already know that in addition to keeping you informed, we’re always trying to add knowledge to your daily life, with tips and tutorials so you can get the most out of your devices and apps.

Today, continuing this routine, we present one more tip; this time for Swiftkey users! Learn how to add multiple languages ​​to the keyboard below, making it easier for you to type in multiple languages.

How to Add Multiple Languages ​​to Swiftkey Keyboard

Owner of a gigantic range of customization options – from the visual to its position on the screen, Swiftkey also has a huge set of features, allowing, among others, that its users can define multiple languages ​​for typing.

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Thus, the user is able to type freely in pre-defined languages, receiving suggestions and corrections in the same way as if they were typing in a single language. That is, a great option for those who need to type in English and Portuguese, for example, and don’t want to have to change between languages ​​all the time.

But watch out! Although the keyboard is equally available for Android and iOS, for this specific feature, there is a certain difference between platforms. While on the little robot system it is possible to define support for up to 5 languages ​​simultaneously, on the iPhone/iPad this difference drops to only 2 languages. With that in mind, check out the following categories.

  • android
  • iOS
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android

  • With Swiftkey properly installed on your device, open the keyboard app;
  • Now tap on “languages”.

  • On the new screen, tap “all languages” to expand the full list of languages. Swipe down the list to find the languages ​​you would like to enable or use the search. Found the language, tap on it to start the download.
    • If 5 languages ​​have not yet been selected, the downloaded language will be automatically enabled.
  • Now, to activate the desired languages, under “your languages”, at the top of the list, enable the switch for up to five languages. Activated languages ​​with the same layout will now be indicated on the Swiftkey spacebar.
    • If one of the selected languages ​​has a different layout, slide your finger across the spacebar to choose the desired layout.
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You’ve learned how to define simultaneous languages ​​for Swiftkey! To switch between downloaded languages, simply activate the desired language key. To delete the package for a certain language, still on the “languages”, disable the language key you want to delete, tap and hold on it, and in the popup tap on “Delete”.

iPhone/iPad

  • With Swiftkey properly installed on your device, open the keyboard;
  • Now tap on “languages”.

  • On the new screen, swipe down the list to find the languages ​​you would like to activate or use the search. Found the language, tap “download“;
  • Now, to activate the desired languages, under “your languages”, at the top of the list, enable the switch for up to two languages. Activated languages ​​will now be indicated on Swiftkey’s spacebar.
    • If one of the selected languages ​​has a different layout, tap and hold the spacebar on the keyboard and slide your finger to choose the desired layout.

You’ve learned how to define simultaneous languages ​​for Swiftkey! To switch between downloaded languages, simply activate the desired language key. To delete the package of a certain language, still in the “languages”, tap the option of “To edit”, tap the red icon of ““ and select the option “Delete”.

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