Microsoft Updates SwiftKey for iPhone and Android with Photo Themes
Friday, 10 November 2017 () Microsoft keeps improving SwiftKey, the company’s own iPhone and Android keyboard, and today the company announced support for photo themes. With this new feature, users are able to set their own photos as keyboard background, while also being allowed to customize some other features, like the color of the keys. Microsoft says that Android users can finally choose whether or not the keyboard has borders on the keys, symbols, and secondary characters, while those with an iPhone can customize the color of the keys when pressed. To get you started with this new feature, SwiftKey has partnered with National Geographic photographer Keith Ladzinski on offering a gallery of 12 curated images exclusive to the app to be used as background. Photo themes contest And last but not least, Microsoft announces a contest for users who want to design their own keyboard skins with this new feature, and the prizes include a $150 Am...
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