Microsoft has released a new version of the SwiftKey keyboard, which brings support for version 12.0 of emojis, which runs for Android 10 users and also shows more willingly who is the company that owns the app, which is itself, Microsoft and who bought SwiftKey in February 2016.
If you haven't used the keyboard yet and will download it for the first time, you will notice that within the Play Store the application now has the name Microsoft Keyboard SwiftKey, a brand that also started to appear within the list of keyboards for the text input method and even even in the space bar of the app's own interface.
Before this branded bath everywhere, SwiftKey did not show the Microsoft name in many places. The main changes since the purchase by the software giant are the inclusion of Bing as a search engine, along with the login with a Microsoft account and which synchronizes some information in the cloud.
None of these changes brings any new feature, but there is something new and it is in support for version 12.0 of emojis, but it depends on at least version 10 of Android to see its effect – which, in February this year, only contemplated 28.6% of all devices activated.
The new pack of stickers like a koala, a flamingo, a guide dog and more colors for the dolls, together with representativeness options for emojis with some physical limitations and even a robotic arm emoji. The new (with few new) SwiftKey keyboard can now be downloaded directly from the Play Store.
With information: Android Police.