All Android phones and tablets come with built-in keyboard. Often times, that keyboard is simple and does not offer much features. That’s where SwiftKey keyboard plunges and takes the lead with its enhanced features and smartness to predict what a user going to type. If you are fed up with your device stock keyboard, get a custom keyboard like SwiftKey and take your typing to the next level.
To install and use Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard on desktop, install Android emulator like Bluestacks.
Current Version: 126.96.36.199
Supported OS: Android 5.0 & above
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• SwiftKey Keyboard 126.96.36.199
• SwiftKey Keyboard 188.8.131.52
SwiftKey keyboard works like a normal keyboard and can be used while typing SMS, chatting on Facebook, Twitter or any other social networking apps. It is free and offers core features free of charge (in-app purchases extends basic functionality of this app). The keyboard nicely fits on any screen size. Therefore, it is widely compatible with large and small screens of mobile devices.
The core features include Smarter Auto-correct that intelligently corrects for sloppiest typing errors. Emoji prediction learns your favorite emojis and can give recommendations to match the typed words. There are over 800 emoji characters provided with SwiftKey. Swipe typing lets users swipe finger across keyboard for fluent typing. Tap predictions to enter whole word at once for faster typing. Personalized predictions is like mind reading word predictions that learns the behavior of users and improves itself over time. With secure backup and personalization, synchronize your writing style to cloud and across multiple devices. Words prediction can also be personalized from Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote and more. With true bilingual typing feature, simultaneously type in three different languages. SwiftKey includes tens of free and premium themes. Currently, this keyboard supports over 85 languages.
Note that some features of SwiftKey keyboard might not be available for your device. For example emojis are supported only on Android Kitkat and Jelly Bean. This keyboard also requires access to your text messages to improve its words prediction.