Microsoft introduces some of a great feature for SwiftKey on Android. The company is now building a search function directly…
Microsoft introduces some of a great feature for SwiftKey on Android. The company is now building a search function directly on the keyboard, similar to Google’s Gboard.
However, the new search function, run by Bing, is not as powerful as Gboard. However, it takes a different attitude to things here.
You can search for anything you want on the keyboard and directly share the link to a conversation, for example. And of course it is quite basic. But the feature allows you to “cut” a webpage – and lets you screen and dig a certain part of a web page or search and connect it directly to wherever you want.
The feature is much more limited than Gboard where you can search for items like stickers, poems, emojis and much more. I guess this is just the first version of the search feature on SwiftKey, and it’s likely to evolve over time, much like how Gboard is powered.
The function only starts in 11 countries, starting with the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Brazil, India, Italy and Spain. The feature is obviously “exclusive” to SwiftKey for Android, so if you happen to use SwiftKey on your iPhone, you’re likely to not get it anytime soon.
Tagged with Gboard, SwiftKey, SwiftKey for Android