- We’ve added a new language:
- Search is now a toolbar icon and can be customized (moved and turned on/off)
- We’ve increased the font size in Arabic layouts - let us know what you think
- Change the default percent symbol in Arabic
- Fixed a crash for Arabic 123 layout when accessing numbers
- In Android P the word ‘delete’ in the clipboard is no longer cut-off
- Arrow keys will now work in keyboard text fields (Search, GIF and Translator)
So, the radical changes to the way resizing the SwiftKey keyboard works between the current up-to-date stable version versus the beta can easily be spotted right away. From the included screenshots you can see that in the latest beta you can fine-tune the keyboard's height, width as well as its placement, everywhere but in the bottom half of the screen. Perhaps, if you are a leftie, you can set it as you like for the most comfortable typing experience ever. Hopefully, this one comes out to the stable release ASAP, and maybe in Gboard too.
All of the aforementioned settings can be adjusted by opening up the SwiftKey Beta app from your app drawer, entering the 'Typing' section and choosing the 'Resize' option....
SwiftKey is one of Android's best keyboard apps all around and the go to one for many users. It has a separate beta published on the Play Store and there is a new update released for it. There is nothing major, but an update is an update. The version 126.96.36.199 build comes along with the following small changes/additions.
SwiftKey Beta version 188.8.131.52 is up with customizable search option in the toolbar and fixes for Arabic layouts
Being one of the most popular keyboards on Android, here is a new beta update for SwiftKey, which enables some extra personalizations and fixes a couple of issues. Here is the brief changelog that comes with v184.108.40.206:
The search option inside the keyboard is a great thing to have, but in the previous version it was taking too much space from the toolbar, where instead they could have crammed in other shortcuts. This update brings a solution by transforming the search bar into a search icon, which can also be moved around by hitting the three-dot button in the far right side of the toolbar to enter the so-called "Customizer"....
The Swiftkey app, now part of the large collection of Microsoft apps, is one of the most preferred keyboards among Android users due to the great typing experience it offers and its unmatched prediction capabilities. In version 220.127.116.11 of Swiftkey Beta lands a deeper integration with MS services, with Bing as a search engine that is part of the keyboard and Edge as a browser for showing search results, and a lot more. This feature is similar to how you can search on Google with Gboard, but, of course, with some small differences after all.
Introducing Search, the fastest way to find and share anything from Bing without leaving SwiftKey. Quickly capture, crop and send a screenshot or share the URL.
SwiftKey - one of the most popular keyboard apps got a new beta update with version number 18.104.22.168, and a couple of new features in tow.
If you don't know, SwiftKey was acquired by Microsoft at the beginning of 2016 and they have started integrating their services into the app. As a result of this acquisition, now we get Microsoft Translator support inside the keyboard. It is indeed very similar to Google Translate in Gboard and looks like SwiftKey is actually too late to the party. If you want, you can enable this feature by tapping on the '+' sign at the top row of the keyboard and selecting the Microsoft Translator icon, which has a letter 'a', a strange sign and two arrows....
As you may already know, recently, Swiftkey was acquired by Microsoft. This means nothing, but even more updates and better user experience to us. So, The very well known keyboard among Android users got a new beta update with version number 22.214.171.124. It brings new emojis with more prominent details and saturated colors.
The next thing is the addition of a new toolbar button, which lets you change the keyboard layout easily from the keyboard, without the need to go to the settings....