SwiftKey has added functionality in a new update to its Android app for users who can quickly share anything from other Internet users with other users. This new feature works with integrated web search.
With this new feature, users can rely on Web search and search for something online from the keyboard application itself. They can also share contact results directly from SwiftKey. If users do not want to send a link to their contacts, the app provides users with the ability to capture and crop the result and then share them.
SwiftKey is a keyboard application developed and owned by Microsoft. It provides customers with features such as drag and paste GIF that may be missing in the device keyboard activation application.
To use the new feature, users will need to press the & # 39; + & # 39; in the upper left corner of the keyboard and then tap the search icon. Then they will need to enter the search term and the SwiftKey will then return with the Bing results.
Users can also enter a web address that directly links them to a website. Then they can simply send a shared link or clipped screenshot directly to their contacts.
This new feature is currently available in 11 countries, including the US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Brazil, India, Italy and Spain. It will soon be available in other countries.