SwiftKey becomes Microsoft Swiftkey Keyboard and adds new features

Four years after the acquisition of SwiftKey, Microsoft is adding its name to the popular keyboard app for the first time. In addition, the company is adding support for Emoji 12.0.

SwiftKey was acquired by Microsoft in 2016. While many fans of the app feared major changes from Microsoft, the application has remained almost the same until now, because Microsoft is renaming the beta version of SwiftKey to Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard. In addition, the app gets support for Emoji 12.0. The new taskbar has remained unchanged.

This name change is, after a number of smaller changes in the settings, the largest change that Microsoft makes in terms of recognizability in the keyboard app. The name change is not yet visible in the Play Store, but in the app itself. Although there is still in Beta, the new name can be seen in most places in the app…

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