Android Can Predict as You Type by SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji Beta Keyboard App

Android Can Predict as You Type by SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji Beta Keyboard App

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Android Can Predict as You Type by SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji Beta Keyboard App

Android Can Predict as You Type by SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji Beta Keyboard App: No doubt emojis have become a part of our daily conversations and there is an app now that can predict an emoji that is based on the typed text. A new app in beta i.e. Swiftmoji has been launched by the maker of the popular keyboard app for the Android and iOS i.e. Microsoft-owned SwiftKey.Android Can Predict as You Type by SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji Beta Keyboard App

Android Can Predict as You Type by SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji Beta Keyboard App

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • The company says that it will accept limited users for the beta testing.
  • The Swiftmoji app is available in selected regions.
  • The Swiftmoji focuses on the emojis.

A new app from the SwiftKey is the keyboard with predictive emoji and it works almost with the same like the original SwiftKey keyboard app. Considering the new app that is focuses on the emojis, the Swiftmoji app places emoji bar on the top of regular keyboard. The new Swiftmoji works best when the user types some text and then predictive feature suggests some of the emojis to be used.

Let say foe example, if the user during conversation types school then the Swiftmoji predicts school bus and some other similar emojis. Other features of the Swiftmoji remain same as SwiftKey including the swipe input and the personalized keyboard. To become beta testers for the Swiftmoji the users will need to sign up via Google Play before they can download the app.

Also Read: Text like Shakespeare with SwiftKey’s Keyboard App

So if you want to try it, then you should sign up and download it now because the SwiftKey told the TechCrunch that it will only accept, a small number of people.

Also Read: SwiftKey smartest keyboard now can guess your sentence two letters ahead of the cursor

Just to recall, back in February the London based SwiftKey had announced that it was acquired by the Microsoft for a sum of $250 million or Rs. 1,702 crores (roughly).