Android version of the SwiftKey app receives an update; new toolbar quickly finds GIFs and stickers

One of the most popular apps of all time is SwiftKey, which offers third-party QWERTY keyboards to iOS and Android users. The company was purchased by Microsoft for $250 million back in 2016, and the app allows users to replace the stock QWERTY on their handset with SwiftKey’s customizable keyboard. Yes, this is a free app that according to the company, is employed by more than 250 million people worldwide.

SwiftKey for Android has just received an update to version 7.0. One of the new features is a toolbar that allows users to quickly call up stickers and GIFs. It even allows subscribers …

SwiftKey Android keyboard app receives update with Quick Paste feature, new languages, and more

The Android version of popular keyboard app SwiftKey has received a new update. The latest patch brings a bunch of neat functionalities, the most notable being a new ‘Quick Paste’ feature.

With Quick Paste, a copied text will appear straight on your prediction bar, which will allow you to paste it with a single tap. Aside from that, the long press action while using Explore By Touch (the swipe-to-type feature) should be easier to pull off. 
Finally, support has been added for the following languages –  Chamorro, Ju|’hoan, …

Microsoft soon to add location sharing feature to SwiftKey keyboard app

When it rains it pours, and that’s what SwiftKey users must think as well seeing that developers push out new updates like there’s no tomorrow. It’s only been a few days since we reported on the last changes the keyboard app gained, and it looks like there’s another update coming to Android devices.

A handful of new features and improvements are expected to hit SwiftKey for Android very soon, but if you’re already using the beta version of the app, you’ll be able to test them out beginning today.

Among the highlights of the update, the team behind SwiftKey …

SwiftKey keyboard app gets Outlook email predictions on Android, lots of new languages

If you’ve been using Microsoft’s SwiftKey keyboard app for at least several months, then you know the developers are adding new features and improvements very often. On the other hand, if you’re a relatively new user, you should trust us when we say SwiftKey is getting better and better with each update.

Although the last update released by the team behind SwiftKey is not necessarily a major one, it brings a very important improvement related to Microsoft’s Outlook email app. Starting with this version of SwiftKey for Android, the keyboard app will offer users personalized …

SwiftKey announces new Photo Themes feature and partnership with National Geographic

SwiftKey has just announced a new feature is now available for its Android and iOS keyboard – Photo Themes. Photo Themes enables users to upload their own images for the purpose of creating personalized themes on SwiftKey Keyboard.

To highlight the importance of the new feature SwiftKey has teamed up with National Geographic, more specifically with a contributing photographer, to inspire users with a gallery of 12 curated images exclusive to its keyboard.

For this purpose, SwiftKey has worked with Keith Ladzinski, a well-known professional adventure photographer …

SwiftKey for Android receives update

Starting today, SoftKey is updating its Android app. The new features include a revised SwiftKey Hub, three new default themes, and three contrast settings (light, dark and high). The update will also include new emoji (Android 8.0 required) and support for seven new languages. The latter include Bislama, Limburgish, Lower Sorbian, Makhuwa, Nuosu, Silesian and Venetian. That brings the total number that work with SwiftKey to 205.

With SwiftKey for Android, you can use five different languages at one time without having to switch keyboards and layouts. And SwiftKey is far from done here. …

SwiftKey for iOS update adds a new feature and support for more languages

Acquired by Microsoft early last year, SwiftKey continues to update its Android and iOS apps with new features and improvements. The latest update released by the fine folks at SwiftKey is aimed at iOS users.

SwiftKey for iOS has been recently updated with one new important feature and support for several more languages. There are more than 100 languages now supported by SwiftKey on both Android and iOS platforms, but here are the latest added: Bislama, Lower Sorbian, Estonian, Ga, Kabardian, Limburgish, Yakut (Sakha), Silesian, Venetian, and Makhuwa.

The only new feature included …

Microsoft's SwiftKey gains support for Chinese handwriting and new languages on Android

Acquired by Microsoft last year, SwiftKey continues to improve its apps on both Android and iOS platforms. The last update we reported about dates from one month ago and brought GIF search support and new languages.

Today, developers have pushed another update aimed at Android users. Unlike the previous update, the new one doesn’t necessarily brings any new features, but it definitely adds several tweaks and improvements.

The most important new feature is the addition of Chinese handwriting support, which will allow a large mass of users to use handwriting …

SwiftKey for Android soon to add GIF search support, new languages

SwiftKey is about to get one new feature and support for more languages on Android. The new content is already being tested in the beta channel and should be made available to a larger audience very soon.

The main highlight of the upcoming update is GIF search support. The team behind SwiftKey improved its keyboard app with GIF support, as well as new keyboard shortcuts back in June, so the next update should improve on some of the features added less than two months ago.

As the title says, SwiftKey Beta for Android has support for seven new languages like …