SwiftKey is one of the best keyboards for android which you can download and use for free. It has a lot of features that will help you type faster and improve your productivity.
Compete for the first with him Google Keyboard (Gboard) who also has little interesting tricks up the sleeve
In this article, we’ll look at how to use SwiftKey for machine translations, customization, shortcuts, fonts, clipboard, and more.
How to use SwiftKey – Better Keyboard
Use the slider
Holding down the space password you can move through the text horizontally or vertically like a mouse finger. This way you can slide and position yourself anywhere in the text.
Keyboard layout and sizes
- Use the float mode to put it on any extent of the screen. As you type, you can scroll around to the top or around to the bottom.
- Use the different kinds of sizes: smallest, medium and steepest.
- The section provision It has two: thumbs (optimizes typing with two thumbs) and compact (aligns to one side for one-handed typing.
Than: Tap the settings icon – Choose Floating or Size – Customize at your whim.
Customize keyboards and predictions
Set the numbers on a higher counter after the predictions. On the other hand, to activate the prediction of emojis after writing a word and of course activate the Self-correction.
Write stream type
Than: Slide your finger across the keyboard, drawing on each symbol and you will see the predictions displayed on the counter.
Download and customize stickers
Directly download Pack Stickers from the keyboard to use in WhatsApps, telegram, etc. and on the other hand to add personalized text.
Than: Click on the stickers icon – Download the package – click on one of the stickers to add text.
Write in incognito mode
This private mode does not record the words you write with SwiftKey, it is an opinion, it does not save the phrases or words that can later be used as predictions.
Than: Click the settings icon – Incognito mode – OK.
Internet browsing and capturing
Click on the “Magnifying glass” icon to wake up with Google or Bing inside the keyboard. You can then choose to take a “screenshot” or take the link.
Customize the keyboard with themes
Choose your background color and culture colors from +20 themes or create a custom one with an image you have in your mobile museum.
Than: Click on the “paint” icon – See more themes – Choose one from the museum or create a custom one.
It will have a “clipboard” icon where you can copy and snippet text with a single tap.
Than: Click settings icon – + Settings – Writing – Clipboard – Copy the snippet you want to pin (add optional direct zoom).
It is a section where you save the Stickers that you have customized and saved. Alternatively, you can create a ritual with an image from the museum.
Predictions with multiple languages
From the SwiftKey settings in the “languages” section you can append multiple languages so that when you write in one of the languages of your choice, they will show you autocorrects and predictions.
You can choose to use Flow writing or gestures. There are 2 gestures: swipe left to delete a word and swipe below to hide the keyboard.
Easily remove any words that appear in the predictions. You just have to nurture the word pressed until the delete caller appears.
Bold, italic, monospaced and strikethrough
Shape your words with bold, italic, monospace, and strikethrough. Using the special characters as shown on the screenshot or by selecting the word and then clicking on the 3 dots in the menu that appears.
Location and calendar
From the keyboard you can view your location, your calendar, and share information such as event details.
Statistics and backups
If for any reason you lose the app or mobile, you will not lose the predictions that SwiftKey has saved since when you create an account with your email, a backup is automatically created in the cirro.
With Microsoft Translator you can write and translate simultaneously in the language of your choice.
How: Click on the translation icon – OK – Select the language to translate.
Change the position of the icons
The toolbar that appears right above the predictions can be rearranged. Click on the “three dots” icon and then drag the icon to the position you want.