The popular replacement keyboard app SwiftKey are rolling out an update today to the Google Play Store with a number of new features.

Included in the update is a new default theme called Carbon, which replaces Nickel as the default SwiftKey theme for Android users.

[blockquote author=””]Carbon’s base color is inspired by the element Carbon. The theme features solid key backgrounds that seamlessly blend into the keyboard, a contrasting key font for readability, improved visibility of secondary characters, and a gentle teal color pop.[/blockquote]

In addition, the SwiftKey Hub, which was originally restricted to the Android Beta version of the app, is now available for everyone to use. In the Personalize section of the Hub, things like SwiftKey Cloud, states, and social sharing are all grouped for easy access.

Grab the update using the link below.

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