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    Alpert

    Hi, 

    As iOS supports switching keyboards seamlessly, for the moment I suggest you enable traditional chinese on iOS keyboard and other language you need on SwiftKey. Then set the emoji button as language switch key. That would provide you the best experience.

    Happy typing

    Alpert

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    Permanently Deleted User

    Hello Alpert,

    It is not very seamless to switch keyboards in iOS with Chinese or Japanese. To use Chinese, you need to go through English (as you still need it for any Apple apps, you cannot use swift key for Mail for example), then Chinese keyboard, then to whichever other language keyboard you have and then Emojis and then switch back to SwiftKey.

    It definitely isn't productive.

    Is there any timeline to have Chinese on Swiftkey? It hasn't been included in the latest update and has been available on Android for quite a while.

    thanks

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    Permanently Deleted User

    I've been having the same question for quite a long time too. I simply find the switching not seamless and troublesome. I hope that Traditional Chinese will be available soon.

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    Thomas Ng

    Does not really agree with Alpert. If we are satisfied with IOS native switching, we will not want to look at swiftkey at all.

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