SwiftKey’s Swiftmoji recommends emojis above all

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Ready for the next keyboard from SwiftKey? It’s out now, and it’s all about emojis.

Swiftmoji is all about predicting which emojis you want to use based on the words you just typed. So, if you were to type the word “summertime” using this keyboard, the emoji predictions will include all summer-related emojis.

This is specifically how Swiftmoji figures things out:

The app works by using the context of what you’re typing coupled with worldwide emoji trends to give you the best and most topical emoji predictions. Swiftmoji quickly recognizes sentiment across a huge userbase, analyzing how millions of people have used emoji over a given period.

It’s been a little quiet at SwiftKey after Microsoft bought the company for $250 million in March, hence why there’s a ton of buzz surrounding Swiftmoji’s launch.

Swiftmoji is available right now for Android and iOS devices, but the keyboard itself only supports English at this time.

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Source: SwiftKey


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