Microsoft Translator support comes to SwiftKey Keyboard for Android

SwiftKey is one of the best Keyboards for Android that is mostly used and preferred these days.  Almost 250 million users have downloaded the app worldwide. Recently, SwiftKey has been acquired by Microsoft for an impressive amount. After purchasing, Microsoft improved it by adding support for many of its services. Now Microsoft Translator support comes to SwiftKey Keyboard for Android.

Microsoft Translator support will be available to everyone very soon

Because of this feature, SwiftKey users won’t have to switch apps or copy and paste back and forth. The new tool can be accessed directly from the app’s toolbar.

All the new features are only available for SwiftKey beta on Android devices. But we hope that Microsoft Translator support will be available to everyone in the coming weeks. If you want to try out the new features, you can always download SwiftKey beta via Google Play Store.

The best feature of this best keyboard app is that it uses artificial intelligence. The app is so intelligent that it learns automatically and predicts the next word the user intends to type. It intelligently learns your typing pattern and adapts to it. This keyboard app also comes with a good range of different themes, emoji’s, inbuilt GIF search engine, separate number rows, and is an excellent keyboard for bilingual societies. Not only this, Swiftkeyalso features auto-correct and gesture typing for faster input.

Also Check: 10 Best Keyboards for Android to Improve your Typing [2018 Updated]

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.

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