SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji

Company SwiftKey, now owned by Microsoft, is well known for its smart keyboards for iOS and Android, has introduced its new development. Swiftmoji is a predictive of emozii-keyboard for devices running operating systems iOS and Android.

SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji
SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji
SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji
SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji

The application uses the context in which the user types the text, as well as global trends for tips appropriate in this situation, emoticons. A bit like clues in iOS 10 but acts more padovano from the point of view of culture and trends. So, when quoting the latest Beyonce single, the keypad will prompt Emoji Queen and bees.

SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji
SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji
SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji
SwiftKey has released a predictive Emoji keyboard Swiftmoji

While Swiftmoji available only in English and the functionality depends on the platform. Android provides a complete keyboard replacement, and on iOS only to insert Emoji.
Swiftmoji for iOS and Android is available for free download in the App Store and Google Play.

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