Microsoft SwiftKey Beta (finally) gains cursor support on Android
SwiftKey Beta's new feature makes it easier to edit text
What you need to know
- Microsoft SwiftKey Beta for Android now has cursor support.
- The feature allows you to hold the spacebar and drag left or right to move the cursor through text.
- The feature is popular on other keyboards.
Microsoft SwiftKey Beta for Android just got an update that brings cursor support to the digital keyboard. The feature allows you to press and hold the spacebar and then drag along the spacebar to move the cursor through text.
Here's Microsoft's description of the feature from the app's store listing (opens in new tab).
The ability to move the cursor by holding the spacebar and dragging left or right is a popular feature on some other keyboards. It should be a welcome addition to SwiftKey if it rolls out to general availability.
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You'll know what I mean when you try it.
What s the version ? I don't see it on mine, i've gone through all the options. In W10 clipboard settings they link an app to do it, but it's MS luncher, and i never found the option to do so...
Cloud sync turned on.
I wonder if it is because of Your Phone. I am using a Samsung S20