SwiftKey now supports new emojis from Android 7.0 Nougat

SwiftKey, which is one of the most used keyboard apps on Android has been updated for Android 7.0 Nougat and it now supports all the new emojis that Android 7.0 brings with the new update. Android 7.0 is currently available for a bunch of devices including the Nexus phones and you should update the SwiftKey app on your Android to get the full emoji goodness on your phone.

Much more things in the update fixed the existing sync related problems that was bothering a lot of people. The predictions for names, emails and others with the character “@” will start working again now.

To use the diversified emojis, you just need to long tap the chosen emoji and then choose the one you’d like to use. This update takes advantage of the new emojis that Google pushed to users with the Android 7.0 Nougat update.

Price: Free

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