Swiftkey for Android brings “highly requested” keypress sounds feature


Swiftkey has got something new for the Android users in their latest app package. Swiftkey has added keypress sounds which is “highly requested” feature from the users.

Developers have added not a single sound or profile, they have come up with four different sound profiles. The newly added profiles have been named as Traditional, Android, Modern and Blip.

By default this feature is not enabled. In order to turn it on, you need to head over to the swiftkey settings (you can do so by sliding the hamburger button on the prediction bar) or you can directly head over to the swiftkey from keyboards. There you need to open the Typing panel and hit the sound and vibration. Then you can select the desired sound profile from Traditional, Android, Modern and Blip options. Tada! sound is on and you can enjoy it on your device.

In order to get the update you need to head over to the Play Store to download the latest version of the app.

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