SwiftKey beta makes cut, copy & paste a breeze with the new Clipboard feature


Microsoft yesterday updated the SwiftKey beta app for Android, adding a very useful and highly demanded from the community feature – a clipboard panel. The new feature is conveniently tucked a swipe away from the keyboard – in the options hub – and offers some much welcomed additions.

Clipboard keeps tabs on whatever text you've copied or cut within the last hour and presents it in list form. Important entries can be pinned and saved for later and you can add your own custom snippets such as emails, numbers and addresses. Whenever you want to paste something, you can just swipe from the left on predictions row to get to the new Clipboard hub where you can simply tap on an entry to paste it.

If you want to try out the new feature, you can download the standalone SwiftKey beta app on the Play Store.

via: MSPoweruser

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4 Comments

1. jeevanand88 unregistered

OMG!! What the hell is wrong with PA... Why is this whole site is flooded wih Samsung ads!! s**tt!!

2. souvikroy1111

Posts: 16; Member since: Apr 27, 2014

there's a thing called Adblock.

3. tiko13

Posts: 20; Member since: Jan 29, 2015

The only thing I hate about swiftkey is, when using messenger chat heads, that when I click an empty space (next to A or L) the whole window collapses and it drives me crazy sometimes

4. ahmadkun

Posts: 592; Member since: May 02, 2016

i'm familiar with this since i have galaxy s2 .. thanks samsung

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