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    Hari Kyasa

    Hi there, thank you for reaching us. The currency key responds directly to the language/locale that the phone is set to, regardless of the language model/layout in use in SwiftKey. So if your phone language is set to English UK, you’ll get a £; if it’s English US, you should get a $ (and Yen with Japanese, Euro with French/Spanish/German and so on).

    To change this:

    1. Go into your phone's device settings
    2. Tap 'Language & Input'/'Locale'
    3. Ensure that your chosen language is correct for your locale/the currency you wish to display 
    4. When you next use SwiftKey, your currency key should have changed

     

    Could you please let us know, what is your device's default language? Thank you!

     

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    Idan Barak

    Thanks for your reply.
    My device default language was English (UK).
    Originally I used English (UK) on Swiftkey but, as noted in my original message, when I used English (US) in Swiftkey, my currency button did not change and was still set to the £ symbol.
    Now I changed the device default language of to be English (US), and the currency symbol of SwiftKey is now $.
    My conclusion is that language sign will stay according to default language, regardless of the selected SwiftKey language.

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    Hari Kyasa

    Hello,

    Yes, the currency key on the SwiftKey keyboard functions according to the device's default language. Please let us know, if you need any further assistance. Thank you!

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