The latest build of the Windows 10 Redstone 5 update, currently in beta, has brought a lot of innovations. One of them was the appearance of SwiftKey as a system keyboard. Innovation will definitely appeal to users of tablets and laptops with touchscreens.
SwiftKey is a popular on iOS and Android keyboard, which Microsoft purchased in 2016 for $250 million. Its features consist of machine learning due to the technologies of artificial intelligence: according to reviews, the program quite accurately dictates the words when writing.
Owners of touch gadgets (and, possibly, users of on-screen keyboards) will be able to use swipe input – an example of this is captured in the animation above. So far, SwiftKey for Windows 10 supports English, Russian, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Brazilian languages.
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