Microsoft’s SwiftKey app updates on Android with searchable gifs

Kit McDonald

When it comes to texting, expressing yourself is important. Particularly through the use of GIFs. Our culture’s growing fondness of the short animated images to truly convey how surprised or disgusted we are has become a feature on many socializing platforms. Now, Microsoft’s SwiftKey app for Android lets users search and drop in GIFs with just a few taps.

With yesterday’s update, the automatic SwiftKey Keyboard that makes casting text and adding images simpler. Here’s the changelog:

– Find the perfect GIF for any occasion! GIF search is now available via the emoji panel, or you can use the categories
– We’ve added support for an additional 7 new languages: Amharic, Coptic, Dagbani, Kabyle, Neapolitan, Khoekhoe & Panglish
– You can now type using the Rusyn layout
– Our Frisian language model has been updated
The alternative to Android’s default Swype has many AI-centric features that attempt to learn the user’s writing style and make texting easier on mobile devices. SwiftKey Keyboard can be downloaded from the Google Play store.
Microsoft SwiftKey AI Keyboard
Microsoft SwiftKey AI Keyboard
Developer: SwiftKey
Price: Free