Earlier this year, Microsoft acquired the popular Android keyboard app Swiftkey. The app is one of the best Android keyboard apps available at the moment, not only on Android platform, but also on iOS as well. If you happen to be regular user of SwiftKey Beta for Android, you’ll be happy to know that the app has received an update.
The latest update brings a handful of improvements on board. You can easily copy and paste the text to clipboard and paste it from one app to another. Additionally, it remembers what you’ve copied/cut for an hour, as well as the ability to copy multiple snippets at one time.
Here’s the complete changelog:
Clipboard makes copy & pasting better by giving you control. View the snippets you’ve copied or cut in the last hour, pin the ones you want to keep for longer and add email, addresses and other text you often type.
- Remembers the snippets you’ve copied/cut for an hour
- Copy multiple snippets without losing all but the last one you copied or cut
- Pin the ones you want to keep for longer
- Add your own commonly used snippets such as emails & addresses
- Find it in the Hub & settings
Head over to the Google Play Store using the link below to download the updated Swiftkey for Android.Android, Apps, keyboard apps, Microsoft, Swiftkey