Swiftmoji's Emoji Keyboard brings support to Android N emoticons

One of Microsoft's acquisitions, Swiftkey recently debuted a new emoji based keyboard app aptly named Swiftmoji for Android and iOS. Unlike other emoji based keyboards, Swiftmoji uses prediction based methods to figure out the appropriate emoticon to use in any given message.

Today the Android version of the app received an update that finally supports the latest emojis in Android N. The emojis unlike the current present yellow ‘blobs' that represent faces in Android Lollipop to Marshmallow look more like people with shades of modifiable skin tones easily accessible using a long press on the keys.

The changelog is below:

Yay for new emoji! We now support the latest Android N emoji. Long press emoji within the category panels to modify their skin tone.

If you are an Android user you can find the latest update here, but for now only English is supported.

Source: MSPoweruser | Image via TechCrunch

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