SwiftKey for Android now has a search box in the menu bar. Bing is used to search. From your results, you can create screen shots and cut them.
That's what looks like a new search function
The Microsoft Keyboard SwiftKey now includes a search box. If you are looking for something, you will see the page of Bing's search results as Carsten Knobloch writes in his Caschys blog. The feature was previously available for beta users.
Instead of Google, Microsoft uses its own Bing search engine. In search results, you can then share links, create a snapshot of a webpage, or crop – without changing the app (more details can be found in the dash bar below).
Currently, the feature appears to be only available in the Android app for Android. We have the latest version of German, but it still does not work. However, the update should be available soon: In the German app (Google Play Store), a new feature has already been recorded.
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