SwiftKey Keyboard update adds toolbar customization, support for more languages

The fine folks over at SwiftKey have just released another update for their keyboard application. The new improvements delivered in the latest update are only accessible to Android users, so if you’re using SwiftKey Keyboard on an iPhone, you’ll probably have to wait a bit longer to get the new features.

Speaking of new features, the new version of SwiftKey for Android allows users to customers the toolbar that’s been added in a previous update. The ability to customize the toolbar includes options like turning features on and off, as well as the possibility to rearrange them in any order.

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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 …

Microsoft Pix update brings flash support, new toolbar and more

Microsoft’s Pix application has just been updated with a few features which aim to improve the overall user experience. The highly-demanded flash support is finally added in version 1.0.28, but there are other nifty additions coming with the new patch as well.

A new collapsible toolbar will display your flash, timer, and grid overlay in order to ensure ease of access and better organization. Microsoft is also improving shutter-to-shutter speeds and the launch time of the app itself, while also reducing it in size.

Microsoft Pix is currently only available …