SwiftKey beta gives you access to your clipboard from the keyboard



SwiftKey, arguably the most popular keyboard app on the planet, is rolling out a new feature for beta users. The update adds the highly requested Clipboard to the keyboard. With this new feature, users can access the clipboard contents from anywhere.

The clipboard can be accessed in the slide-out hub. You can see text you’ve previously copied, or add your own custom clips. You can choose the one you’d like to paste. SwiftKey will remember the clips you’ve copied for an hour. To keep a clip longer you can pin it. None of this gets in the way of Android’s native copy and paste.

Download the SwiftKey Beta from the Play Store now!

Joe Fedewa
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