Unexpectedly, Microsoft SwiftKey keyboard is back in the App Store. The keyboard is once again accessible to iOS users after the firm formally stopped supporting it and pulled it from the App Store in October.
Microsoft’s Caitlin Roulston revealed SwiftKey iOS had been relisted in the Apple App Store “based on consumer feedback.” “For additional information, please visit Support.SwiftKey.com.”
Earlier this year, Microsoft revealed that SwiftKey iOS support will soon come to an end. We appreciate you using our product. To learn more about managing your data, go to data.swiftkey.com.
What’s more, Microsoft has updated Teams’ meeting functionality in the meantime. Microsoft Teams now offers a “sign language view” function. It was added by the firm to assist signers, including deaf/hard of hearing individuals and those who use sign language. Signers can maintain one another’s priority in the spotlight and in the same place throughout each meeting thanks to the new functionality.
Microsoft released a blog post announcing the new function, writing, “Today we are pleased to announce sign language view, a new meeting experience in Microsoft Teams that helps signers—people who are Deaf/Hard of Hearing, interpreters, and others who use sign language—keep one another prioritised on centre stage, in a consistent location, throughout every meeting.”
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History of SwiftKey
SwiftKey first gained popularity on Android before launching on iOS in 2014. It was when iOS 8 allowed users to install third-party keyboards. SwiftKey was later purchased by Microsoft in 2016.
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