Microsoft-owned SwiftKey yesterday announced a new feature called "Photo Themes" for the keyboard on both iOS and Android. With this latest addition, the user can upload their own images to create a personalized theme on the SwiftKey Keyboard. In line with this, SwiftKey also partnered with Keith Ladzinski, a professional adventure photographer, to bring 12 of his eye-catching nature images to the SwiftKey keyboard.
Android users pick up some more features with Photo Themes, as it is explained that they can customize whether or not their keyboard has borders on the keys, and also whether or not symbols and secondary characters will appear on the main keyboard. iOS users, meanwhile, can customize the color of their keys.
A more in-depth guide on how to use the new features are available here via the SwiftKey help-center. If you're not already using SwiftKey, feel free to download via the link below.