SwiftKey Stories July 5

SwiftKey beta adds AR-powered Animoji clone to all Android phones

While SwiftKey isn’t as popular as it once was, the third-party keyboard for Android is still a big hitter with a massive number of people that use it. The Microsoft-owned app has now added AR-powered ‘Puppets’ or Animoji that can be used on all Android phones.

SwiftKey Stories June 27

Google removing Swiftkey access to Gmail unless it complies with data policies

If you use the incredibly popular third-party keyboard Swiftkey on your Android phone or tablet, prepare to be disappointed in future as Google looks to be removing Gmail access to Swiftkey in early July.

SwiftKey Stories January 18

SwiftKey for Android reveals performance improvements, 50% lag reduction as update lets you remove Bing button

SwiftKey has been one of the most popular third-party keyboard options over the past several years on Android, and this week the company is revealing some big stats for the product. Over the past year, SwiftKey has been working on a lot of updates, including a reduction in lag by over 50%.

SwiftKey Stories March 15, 2018

Major update to SwiftKey Android keyboard brings new toolbar, customizable stickers, and more

SwiftKey today is releasing a major update to its Android keyboard app that offers up some of the biggest changes since its Microsoft acquisition back in 2016. These include a new toolbar to replace the old hub, editable stickers, and more new features promised.

SwiftKey Stories November 30, 2016

SwiftKey for Android updated with Clipboard, Incognito Mode, new shortcuts [Updated]

Update: SwiftKey has also made all themes free in this latest update for users on Android and iOS.

SwiftKey is a popular choice for many Android users when it comes to a third-party keyboard, and for good reason. The excellent gesture typing and predictions on SwiftKey make it a fantastic option, and now, it’s getting even better with a big new update.

SwiftKey Stories September 16, 2016

SwiftKey launched its Neural Alpha keyboard in October of last year, and today — almost a year later — the company is introducing neural network-powered word predictions to its namesake main app. This means better word predictions and autocorrect, since the app now better understands the context of what you’re trying to say…

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