Tuesday , May 18 2021

SwiftKey on Android adds integrated web search functionality



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If users do not want to send a link to their contacts, the application allows its users the ability to capture and crop the result, and then share them.

SwiftKey in the new update of its Android application added functionality for users to quickly share anything from the Internet with other users. This new feature works with the functionality of web browsing on the keyboard.

With the help of this new feature, users can rely on the functionality of web browsing and search something online from the keyboard itself. They can also share the results with their contacts directly from the SwiftKey application. If users do not want to send a link to their contacts, the application allows its users the ability to capture and crop the result, and then share them.

SwiftKey is a keyboard application developed and owned by Microsoft. It provides consumer functionalities such as skipping typing and GIF integration, which may be missing from the keyboard application on their device.

To use the new feature, users will have to press the icon & # 39; + & # 39; in the upper left corner of the keyboard, and then tap the search icon. What will they be required to enter the search term, which SwiftKey will then return with the Bing results.

Users can also enter a web address that will directly take them to the website. After that they can simply send a link to share or record the screenshot of their contacts directly.

Also read: Microsoft's SwiftKey keyboard comes up with Windows 10 PCs

This new feature is currently available in 11 countries, including the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Brazil, India, Italy and Spain. It will soon be available in other countries.


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