Microsoft SwiftKey Beta for Android now supports moving the cursor by dragging along the spacebar. The feature is quite popular on other apps and should be a welcome addition to SwiftKey.
Emoji are a fun way to communicate — or confuse — your friends and family, but if you’ve never used an Android phone, here’s how to use emoji on the Gboard or SwiftKey keyboards.
Microsoft purchased SwiftKey four years ago. Now, the app is called "Microsoft SwiftKey" on the Google Play Store. The same update also brings support for Emoji 12.
Swiftkey Beta for Android now supports 49 more languages, including languages from Uganda, Tanzania, and Zambia.
SwiftKey Beta has a new Puppets feature that allows you to animate your face in 3-D as various animals.
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