Microsoft introduces an important feature on Android for SwiftKey. The company is now building a search function directly into the keyboard, much like Google's Gboard.
Bing's new search feature is not as powerful as Gboard. However, another approach is needed here.
You can search for any element on the keyboard and, for example, link the link directly to a conversation. And that's pretty easy, of course. However, with the feature, you can actually "crop" a web page – and that essentially means that you can scan, crop, or crop a particular part of a web page and link it directly to where you want it.
The function is much more than Gboard Here you can search for things like stickers, GIFs, emojis and much more. I suspect this is just the first version of the search feature in SwiftKey and is likely to evolve over time, much as Gboard matures.
The feature is only introduced in 11 countries, starting with the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Brazil, India, Italy and Spain. The feature is apparently "exclusive" for SwiftKey for Android. So if you use SwiftKey on your iPhone, you probably will not get it soon.
Tagged with Gboard, SwiftKey, SwiftKey for Android