Swiftkey gets an update: new name and support for Emojy 12.0

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Microsoft Swiftkey got a new one updating: his name changed and the development team introduced compatibility with Emoji 12.0. It is one of the most chosen keyboards by users Android e iOS, thanks to its flexibility, design and the presence of over 300 languages.

The application was purchased by Microsoft in 2016 for $ 250 million. An investment that allowed the company to acquire the project which, in 2019, exceeded i 500 million di download for free in the official Android store. Over the past few hours, the name of the keyboard has officially changed. On the Google Play Store, the application is now recognizable under the name of Microsoft SwiftKey. The change has not yet been implemented in the App Store.



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Also introduced the Emoji 12.0. Users will now be able to enrich their messages with other smileys, animals, objects and other colorful emojis. Microsoft Swiftkey is available on the Google Play Store and App Store. This keyboard has managed to win over fans especially thanks to its quality and flexibility: spelling check, user style-based recommendations, a modern design and the ability to use up to five languages ​​simultaneously.



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