Samsung Keyboard update fixes recognition errors


In today’s social media world, every smartphone user prefers to communicate by texting instead of other means such as video or voice calling. So further development companies have tried to make the keyboard more useful and added more typo-friendly features that help users type accurately. From time to time, companies update their keyboards to add new features that suit the new trends.

Samsung is also one of the companies that has its own keyboard for its Galaxy devices. The Samsung Keyboard offers a lot of new features that allow users to do several things; however, the most special thing about the keyboard is its customizability and design, which are possible due to the One UI skin. It is also worth noticing that with the latest One UI 6 skin, Samsung has added a new emoji design to the keyboard. Now the company is enhancing its functionality for Android 14 and One UI 6 compatible devices.

Samsung fixes functioning errors in the keyboard for One UI 6 devices

Samsung has rolled out a new update for its stock keyboard app, which comes with a new version number of 5.8.00.40. With the latest update, the company has fixed the recognition error that is causing issues in specific areas. In other words, sometimes the keyboard is not opening at the time of tapping any text box in several applications. Due to this, users are not able to type anything in a particular space, which is now fixed. In addition to this, the update may also include some more improvements to the workings of the app.


The latest update of the Samsung keyboard is available on the Galaxy Store; it is compatible with only Galaxy devices; therefore, it is not available on the Google Play Store. If you are having any issues installing a new update from the Galaxy Store, you can also install it directly from the external source, APKMirror.

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