Microsoft's made its own version of Animoji for SwiftKey, and it works without needing a depth camera.
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Microsoft takes a page out of Google's book, introduces a built-in search feature for SwiftKey on Android.
Microsoft's SwiftKey will soon be updated to support Bing search directly from the mobile keyboard.
Windows 10's Cloud Clipboard is coming to your Android phone.
Support for custom photo themes is now available in Swiftkey for Android and iOS.
The beta version of SwiftKey for Android was updated to support custom photo themes. Now, you can use your own photo backgrounds.
Microsoft today announced a major update to SwiftKey Keyboard for Android, which provides a new look and feel and themes.
Microsoft's SwiftKey announced this past week that its flagship keyboard app for Android now supports over 200 languages.
Microsoft will finally consolidate its mobile keyboards into a single solution. Which will, of course, be SwiftKey.
Microsoft's SwiftKey keyboard for iPhone has received a significant update that adds emoji prediction, new themes, and more.
Microsoft announced today that it is giving away SwiftKey themes on Android and iOS for free. It's not clear if this is a limited-time offer.
Microsoft's SwiftKey this week launched a new Swiftmoji keyboard app for both Android and iPhone that delivers emoji-predicting capabilities. That is, it offers emoji suggestions based on what you just typed and your emoji preferences.
As you may have seen, Microsoft revealed that it has purchased SwiftKey and will, over time, integrate this software-based keyboard technology with its own WordFlow efforts. I look forward to that future, but for now, let's take a quick look at how SwiftKey works today.