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Microsoft has updated its SwiftKey keyboard on Android with a new cursor feature, which lets user navigate text input fields using the keyboard. A similar feature was available on Windows phones.
Microsoft has released a new update for SwiftKey Keyboard for iOS users. The update brings new features like one-handed mode and changes the app name to "Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard."
The SwiftKey Keyboard app has received two new features in its latest version on Android. First is support for dark mode and another is a redesigned Setting page for easier search and customization.
Microsoft has released an update to its SwiftKey keyboard on iOS, adding support for dark mode on the upcoming iOS 13. It also now lets you create an account using Sign In with Apple.
Microsoft has updated the beta version of its SwiftKey keyboard for Android, introducing a new feature called Puppets. It lets you animate and add voice to creatures using your facial expressions.
During its Build developer event, Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 is now on 825 million devices. It was also revealed that the Edge mobile apps have gathered 4.5 million downloads.
After a couple of weeks in beta, Microsoft has updated its SwiftKey keyboard for Android, introducing a new resizing method which allows users to fine-tune the keyboard size and position.
Microsoft's set of redesigned icons is expanding beyond the Office suite and onto its apps. After Your Phone Companion, it now seems that Microsoft is also testing a new icon for SwiftKey.
Microsoft has quietly added an option to set Google as the default search engine for the SwiftKey Keyboard app for Android, in addition to Bing. However, its availability seems limited for now.
SwiftKey for Android has now been updated to include the auto-incognito mode brought to the beta version of the app a couple of weeks ago. Some other minor changes have been introduced as well.
Microsoft has released a new update for the SwiftKey Keyboard app for iOS today, which increases the number of items you can store on Clipboard to 30 from the previous limit of 10.
Microsoft's keyboard app for Android is getting a relatively small update today for beta users, but it does include the ability to automatically turn on incognito mode in sensitive fields.
The SwiftKey team at Microsoft has published a blog post in which it touts the improved performance of its SwiftKey keyboard on Android, claiming to be 20% faster than the closest competitor.
After being available in beta for a few weeks, native Bing support is now rolling out to Microsoft's SwiftKey for Android, allowing you to search the web directly from the digital keyboard.
If you're using the SwiftKey Beta for Android, you can now perform a quick web search on Bing without leaving the keyboard. It has also received a few accessibility and language improvements.
With the official release of the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, it looks like Microsoft is looking to bring its cloud clipboard experience to smartphones through its SwiftKey keyboard app.
After rolling out the feature to beta testers earlier this month, Microsoft is now allowing all SwiftKey users on Android to use built-in translation features powered by Microsoft Translator.
Microsoft is rolling out a new update to the beta version of its SwiftKey keyboard for Android which, among some minor improvements, adds the ability to translate text right inside the keyboard.
Microsoft is updating the beta version of its SwiftKey keyboard for Android devices with a couple of new features, including Android P emoji, improvements to Arabic languages, and more.
SwiftKey has introduced a new feature called Photo Themes, which allows you to customize your keyboard appearance by uploading a photo from your own camera roll and setting it as the background.
After releasing the project to bring the spectacular typing experience of Windows Phone to platforms like iOS and Android, Microsoft has shut down the Word Flow project in favor of SwiftKey.
SwiftKey has rolled out a big update for its keyboard on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, adding support for 15 new languages, more themes, additional 3D Touch features, and an emoji prediction panel.
Last week's accidental release of Windows 10 builds has uncovered the development of a new keyboard for the OS, under development by the same team responsible for Word Flow, Windows Phone's keyboard.
SwiftKey, a popular third-party replacement keyboard for Android and iOS, has made all of its premium themes free for everyone to download. The company was acquired by Microsoft earlier this year.
Swiftmoji's latest update to their prediction based Emoji keyboard finally supports handsets running Android 7.0 Nougat, introducing realistic emoticons, you can grab the update here.
After confirming its plans to purchase Android and iOS keyboard developer SwiftKey last month - in a deal rumored to be worth $250m - Microsoft has said today that the acquisition is now complete.
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A major update for the popular third-party SwiftKey keyboard for Android devices has been released that adds many new features alongside an announcement that the app is now totally free to download.