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Microsoft bought in style third-party keyboard Swiftkey 4 years in the past, and the app continues to be going sturdy. It refreshed its branding earlier this 12 months, and began work on supporting Android 10’s dark theme. Now it appears like the newest beta model helps robotically altering the keyboard model to match the look of the system theme.
Swiftkey’s new adaptive default theme is at the moment displaying up on the 188.8.131.52 beta release. It introduces an choice that lets customers select to make the keyboard theme mirror the system theme robotically — so your keyboard might be extra seen within the daytime and swap to a extra delicate darkish theme at evening to save lots of your eyeballs.
Whereas it might appear a bit overdue, Google itself did not add computerized switching to Gboard until a few months ago. Darkish mode confirmed up in Swiftkey as an option back in February, nevertheless it did not assist matching the system theme — this newest beta fixes that. It is rolling out to the Play Retailer now, however it’s also possible to obtain it straight from APK Mirror if you do not have the persistence.