- SwiftKey offered the Swiftmoji keyboard two years in the past.
- Now, since maximum Swiftmoji features are in SwiftKey, the Swiftmoji app might be deserted (i.e., no extra updates).
- If you are nonetheless the use of Swiftmoji, you must transfer to SwiftKey so you’ll experience the similar features and long term updates.
Rather less than two years in the past, we instructed you a couple of new product from SwiftKey known as Swiftmoji. While SwiftKey was once and nonetheless is the core product from the corporate, Swiftmoji was once a keyboard occupied with predicting which Emoji you may need to use in accordance with your textual content enter.
Now, in keeping with the SwiftKey weblog, Swiftmoji will no longer obtain any updates. But don’t concern, you’ll nonetheless get entry to the entire features in Swiftmoji via the primary SwiftKey app. If you for some reason why are nonetheless the use of Swiftmoji as a substitute of SwiftKey, now can be a great time to change.
According to SwiftKey, the Swiftmoji keyboard was once used extra as a trying out grounds for predicting Emojis. Now that the corporate has about two years of information it feels robust sufficient in regards to the characteristic to convey it into the primary app, thus making Swiftmoji beside the point.
If you don’t need to use the primary SwiftKey app, Swiftmoji isn’t going any place; the app continues to be to be had to obtain in the Google Play Store. However, the app will obtain no additional updates and might be pulled at any second in the longer term.
Google’s Gboard additionally has Emoji predictions built-in, and the ones predictions are powered via Google Assistant. If you’re having a look to change keyboard manufacturers totally, Gboard would most definitely be your absolute best guess.
SwiftKey in fact offered some Emojis to its keyboard that had been lifted from Skype final week. Since SwiftKey is a Microsoft-owned belongings, you must be expecting increasingly Microsoft branding to leak into SwiftKey.