SwiftKey recently gave users the ability to translate conversations without having to leave their apps, and now it's making it easier to search the web. SwiftKey for Android has added a search function, allowing users to search for what they need right from their keyboards. Just open the Toolbar by tapping the "+" on the top left of the keyboard, tap the search icon and type in your search. If you're typing in words, the search function will bring up results from Bing while typing a URL will take you right to that page. You can then share links or screenshots without having to leave your app.
Update to Swiftkey app for Android adds Bing search integration
Considering that the Swiftkey QWERTY keyboard app has been owned by Microsoft for more than two years, you have to wonder why it took so long for Bing search integration to be tested for the keyboard app. Bing, of course, is also owned by the software giant. According to Windows Central, the Android version of the Swiftkey app now features a Bing search box on the left side of the keyboard's toolbar. When a user taps on it, the box opens allowing for a Bing search to be conducted.