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.
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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'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.
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.