Swiftkey Latest Beta Update Brings Animoji Support
Swiftkey Latest Beta Update Brings Animoji Support

Microsoft accessible keyboard app for Android “Swiftkey” brings an update to its beta version. What is so unique about this update is, it brings a new feature called “Puppets,”. The Puppets is very similar to Apple’s Animoji.

Those of you who don’t know much about Animoji, let me tell you, Animoji stands for Animated Emoji. In Swiftkey latest beta, you can animate certain sets of emojis with your Facial expressions and voice.

Currently, Swiftkey latest beta version supports Panda, Cat, Owl, and Dinosaur emojis, which you can make an Animoji.

Here, the Animojis you create is a 30sec video file which you can easily send to anyone.

Animoji is a fun and exciting way to express yourself to someone on the other side of your smartphone.

Anyone who likes to try this new feature in Swiftkey right now has first to download and install the Swiftkey beta app. Do not that Swiftkey beta is a secondary app where you can test the upcoming features of Swiftkey. Also, have in mind that these features are in the development phase; therefore, they may not work correctly.

Now, coming to Animoji, if Microsoft rolls it out in the Swiftkey stable version as soon as possible, then it become the first Android App who is giving Animoji support.

Read also: SwiftKey Adds Instant Translation via Microsoft Translator

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