The incognito mode that is activated automatically, introduced a couple of weeks ago in the beta version of SwiftKey, now also attains the stable version of the keyboard app along with other small features.
The feature allows you to automatically switch to incognito mode whenever you start a private browsing session, or when you type data in a privacy-sensitive text field.
The incognito mode should automatically activate when InPrivate tabs are started in Microsoft Edge, incognito windows in Google Chrome, or any other private browsing session.
Some tests have shown that the new function can not be turned off manually when it is activated automatically, while it can be turned on and off as desired when entering normal text fields.
Other changes that can be viewed in the changelog are related to a new theme and icons for the incognito mode and optimizations for the tool to crop the search results and share parts of the web pages as screenshots.
You can update or download SwiftKey through the Play Store of Google via this link.