The latest SwiftKey update brings a few important enhancements, including Pinyin support for traditional Chinese. Traditional Chinese speakers can now enter the language using a QWERTY layout. Also included are typing enhancements that are aimed at improving typing performance, making it easier to type on. The emoji panel has been improved as well.
Unfortunately, this latest update will reset the typing data you’ve built up while using the app. This is necessary for the update, and it will adapt within a few days and be back to normal. It won’t reset predictions, but it’ll reset your keypress data, or where you tap the keys.
Hit up the Play Store to update SwiftKey and let us know how the new enhancements work out!