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SwiftKey
Smart tech for fast & easy typing. Android: iOS: . Founded in 2008, SwiftKey was acquired by Microsoft in 2016.
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SwiftKey 23h
Replying to @clever_someone
Ah, we don't support the flick. We do support force touch cursor control. Just press and hold on the keyboard to activate it.
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SwiftKey 23h
Replying to @clever_someone
Key Flicks and two finger scrolling? We're not sure what you mean.
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SwiftKey 24h
Replying to @dvnvers
Sorry to hear that. It's a beta experiment. You can always revert to the market build.
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @Libbeah1
Hi Libby, there is no way to hide it or remove it. We do have a theme called Nickel X that blends in with that "chin" though.
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @haubach
To be fair, looks like you started with an open parenthesis. Is that how conversations normally start? =p
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @dustbeta
Hi Dustin, what privacy measures are you referring too?
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @steveamaza
We call it emoji prediction. If you keep the emoji tab on "recents" it will remain there when you open emoji again.
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @lyiriyah
Brilliant.
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @lyiriyah
It's also Friday... coincidence...
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @KristinieC
Welcome to the SwiftKey beta program. It's an experiment we are running. You are welcome to use the non beta version of SwiftKey.
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SwiftKey Aug 17
Replying to @hRoyer
Correction Hugo. This is not the Microsoft emoji font. This is still Android. Sorry about that.
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @hRoyer
Hi Hugo, this is the Microsoft font. We're happy you like it. =]
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @CEDBEAST
Thanks for the feedback. It's just an experiment in the beta app.
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @ssmkhwanazy
If you don't want to see them, why are you asking where they are? =P
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @yitzisupdate
You can't. It's a system notificatio. It needs to be there in case you ever need to switch to a new input method.
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @magicaces
Why did you try and leave? What can we do to make your experience better?
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @pepperlim
Why is that? What is it you don't like about SwiftKey?
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SwiftKey Aug 16
Replying to @yitzisupdate
That's a system notification. It is there so you can change your input. That should only be visible when the keyboard is open.
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SwiftKey Aug 15
Replying to @jrh7675
Hi James, good feedback. We'll pass it along.
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SwiftKey Aug 15
Replying to @alterjess
Hi Jessica, what version of SwiftKey are you using? We don't have any major known issues right now with our newest builds.
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