Smart Space has been disabled for the time being to deal with this issue.Christian Kaiser gave this 3 votes ·
The latest release of SwiftKey (184.108.40.206) has been refined to optimize RAM usage as effectively as possible while still providing the best experience when using the keyboard. If you have 3 languages enabled, our research has shown that SwiftKey can use up to 55 MB of RAM.
If you find that SwiftKey is using substantially more RAM than that, please create a new post and provide whatever details you find are relevant so we can investigate further.Christian Kaiser gave this 2 votes ·
We have just recently pushed out an update of SwiftKey 3 version 220.127.116.117. This update is now available on the Google Play store as well as at Androidpit.com. We have also submitted the update to the Amazon App Store. It will be available there as soon as it passes approval from the Amazon team.
To see what version of SwiftKey you have installed, please do the following: First access your SwiftKey settings by longpressing your 123 key in the bottom left of your keyboard. Then select Settings > About SwiftKey 3. Your version number will be displayed at the top of your screen.
This update of 18.104.22.1687 should resolve many issues. If you still have problems please repost.Christian Kaiser shared this idea and gave it 1 vote ·
2 votesChristian Kaiser commented ·
Yes - it should/could use the dictionary's locale for the preferred Umlaut - I know this is not always possible, but some languages like German do have a 1:1 connection from the Umlaut to the base character. Choosing the Umlaut from the list of buttons, as it must be done at the moment, really stops fast typing.
Actually, an optional enhanced keyboard layout for users of larger smartphones would be nice. A layout just like the PC keyboard.