Microsoft has a major SwiftKey upgrade that will bring synchronization to all Android smartphones of the Windows 10 Clipboard. This is a limited function at the moment, but it should improve.
This is based on a report from Windows Latest. Microsoft is currently working on an update to SwiftKey. Microsoft’s own tool will be receiving a major update in the coming year. These innovations are still in beta. Integration of the clipboard in the cloud is an important function. The new function was first discovered at the end last year.
Microsoft has activated SwiftKey’s beta version, which allows you to copy/paste text snippets directly from Windows devices.
Windows 10’s clipboard manager has been greatly improved over the years. With it, elements can be exchanged, copied, copied and pasted between devices. You can also save the history of elements so they are still accessible. This works across all devices that have a smartphone and the cloud connection. This SwiftKey update for Android allows you to sync your clipboard history via the cloud, and then the content is available on your Android device.
Get the beta version right now
SwiftKey can also be used to copy snippets from websites or documents and then paste them into apps on your Android phone. You can also copy text from your phone to your desktop. Both Windows 10 and Android must activate the synchronization clipboard data. You can get the SwiftKey beta version from the Google Play Store. Android 5 is required for the update. To start cloud synchronization, you will need to log into your Microsoft account.