Swiftkey for Android receives a new gesture

Swiftkey for Android receives a new gesture

Swiftkey on Android gets a useful new swipe to delete gesture. In our tests so far we’ve found that this new swipe to delete feature is hit and miss. Sometimes it works, sometimes it does not. Either way, it is much appreciated, as it makes typing faster and efficient, on top of the existing flow feature that lets you move your fingers between letters by sliding. You can find the settings under the Typing section of the Swiftkey app if you do want to customize it or turn it off.

Swiftkey on Android’s newest version is providing a number of new capabilities. Neowin discovered a new swipe to delete gesture, as well as a new typing setting for deactivating auto spaces. Available in the current version (8.10.13.2,) you’ll notice that the new swipe to delete gesture is switched on by default. You may use it to choose text to erase by swiping to the left while holding down the delete key, and then removing your finger to This is similar to the method where you can pick text by running your finger along the spacebar button. The other new feature allows you to eliminate the ability to insert spaces with punctuation, which is handy for those of you who dislike the functionality.

Highlights

  • From the news www.onmsft.com

  • Check out the feature now by downloading the app update via the link below. And, as always, let us know what you think in the comments. Swiftkey on Android gets a useful new swipe to delete gesture – OnMSFT.com – May 6, 2022Swiftkey on Android gets a useful new swipe to delete gesture – OnMSFT.com – May 6, 2022Swiftkey on Android gets a useful new swipe to delete gesture – OnMSFT.com – May 6, 2022Swiftkey on Android gets a useful new swipe to delete gesture – OnMSFT.com – May 6, 2022Swiftkey on Android gets a useful new swipe to delete gesture – OnMSFT.com – May 6, 2022