Microsoft has released a fresh new update for the SwiftKey Beta app in the Google Play Store.
The company is rebranding the keyboard application as the ‘Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard’ as is evident from the changelog in the store.
In the recent update (v220.127.116.11), the app has also added support for Emoji 12.0 (requires Android 10) which introduces a variety of new designs including flamingo, otter, guide dog, sloth, white heart, mixed skin tones when holding hands, and a gender inclusive couple.
Since the keyboard has a built-in emoji panel, you should be able to see the new emojis once you see the update on your device.
SwiftKey has a new name – we’re now Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard. Don’t worry, it’s still the same keyboard you know and love 💕
We’ve added support for Emoji 12.0 which introduces an assortment of new designs – some examples include: flamingo, otter, guide dog, sloth, white heart, mixed skin tones when holding hands, and a gender inclusive couple. You’ll be able to access the new emoji upon opening your SwiftKey emoji panel. Note: to see them you need a device with Android 10 (or above).
Ultimately all the features from the beta app make it to the stable version which does not take much time once the proper testing has been done.
Let us know in the comments below what keyboard application do you prefer on your smartphone??
Download Swiftkey beta from the play store.