Microsoft has a new update available for anyone testing SwiftKey Beta. The update brings a redesigned emoji panel that makes it easier to access GIFs and stickers. It also fixes some bugs and removes web search from the keyboard’s toolbar.
Here’s the complete changelog from Microsoft:
- We’ve redesigned the emoji panel for easier access to other categories and features such as GIFs and Stickers.
- We fixed a blank emoji panel issue when switching between different emoji categories.
- We’ve removed web search from your toolbar.
The new SwiftKey emoji panel (right) is a bit less crowded than the previous panel (left)Source: Windows Central
The update brings the app to version 18.104.22.168. It started rolling out at the start of the weekend, so it should be available for anyone now.
You can grab SwiftKey Beta for free from the Google Play Store. You can have the beta and non-beta versions of SwiftKey installed on the same phone.