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Swiftkey beta now automatically switches to incognito mode when you go ‘gift shopping’

The Microsoft-owned keyboard app now switches learning off when you open an incognito browser tab.
Hadlee SimonsJanuary 22, 2019147 shares
 

Swiftkey reduces lag by 50 percent, delivers more performance improvements

The team also claims that Swiftkey is now the fastest loading Android keyboard app.
Hadlee SimonsJanuary 18, 20191186 shares
 

10 best Android keyboards for all kinds of typists

If the stock keyboard on your phone is giving you the blues, we'll show you the best Android keyboards to help you type even faster.
Joe HindyDecember 3, 20181916 shares
 

Android emoji – everything you need to know

Trying to get into the Emoji world? Our plan here is to take you through an extensive guide on the Android emoji experience.
Edgar CervantesNovember 11, 2018728 shares
 

SwiftKey is the new tablet mode keyboard for Windows 10 devices

Popular Android virtual keyboard shows up in latest Windows 10 preview build.
Oliver CraggJune 15, 2018216 shares
 

Swiftmoji features are now in SwiftKey, app will be abandoned

If you're still using Swiftmoji instead of SwiftKey, you should probably switch soon: SwiftKey is abandoning the Swiftmoji project.
C. Scott BrownApril 17, 201883 shares
 

Microsoft pushes Skype emoticons, Halo stickers onto SwiftKey

In case you forgot that Microsoft owns SwiftKey, here are some Halo stickers and Skype emoticons to remind you who's paying the bills.
C. Scott BrownApril 12, 2018220 shares
 

SwiftKey Keyboard update adds a new toolbar and editable stickers

SwiftKey says that the update is the biggest to its keyboard since the company was bought by Microsoft in 2016.
Duncan ElderMarch 16, 2018212 shares
 

Latest SwiftKey Beta lets you theme your keyboard with your own photos

Thanks to a recent SwiftKey beta app update, you can create keyboard themes using your own photographs as the basis.
Scott Adam GordonOctober 30, 2017249 shares
 

SwiftKey gets new themes, hashtag predictions, and more with latest update

The update adds three new default themes — light, dark, and high contrast — a redesigned SwiftKey hub, hashtag predictions, and six new languages.
Mitja RutnikOctober 2, 2017475 shares
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