Want to get right into the Jubilee spirit with some majestic messaging in the manner of Her Maj herself? Well, there’s a bit of luck, because the developers behind the smart, lingo-use-learning cool replacement keyboard for Android devices, SwiftKey, has made a timely addition to its list of available languages: English (Queen’s)…
Not just transforming otherwise badly mangled messages into RP-esque-reading English of Stephen Fry quality, the makers of the app extension have analysed the Queen’s personal parlance patterns and programmed the new option to tweak your texts and e-missives into true monarch mimicking form.
Imagine “me an me bloke” translated into “My husband and I”, the strict banning of all contractions such as can’t, won’t and weren’t, and far less bad language that you might normally use and you’ll start to get the picture.
Available to download from Google Play now for a piffling £1.86, why not confuse friends and family on this Diamond Jubilee celebration day by talking like a right toff?