Microsoft asks your permission to learn from what you type through SwiftKey keyboard app for Android. It helps Microsoft to improve the word suggestion and swipe typing.
Incognito Mode in SwiftKey Keyboard stops Microsoft from reading what you type using SwiftKey keyboard. It automatically activates when you switch to Incognito mode of any browser. It was introduced by Microsoft in SwiftKey keyboard in the month of February, 2019.
You can also enable Incognito Mode manually in SwiftKey keyboard.
How to enable Incognito Mode in SwiftKey keyboard?
To enable Incognito Mode in SwiftKey keyboard, follow these steps:
Step 1: Open a Chat app and click on blank field to bring SwiftKey keyboard
You need to open a Chat app like WhatsApp, Telegram or even SMS app and click on blank space to bring SwiftKey keyboard.
Step 2: Click three dots on top drawer of SwiftKey keyboard
In SwiftKey keyboard, click on thee dots in top dock to open more options deck in SwiftKey keyboard.
Step 3: Click on Incognito option to enable Incognito Mode
In more options deck, find a incognito tab icon/option and click on it to enable Incognito mode in SwiftKey keyboard.
Step 4: Click on Incognito Mode again to disable Incognito Mode
In more options deck, find a incognito tab icon/option and click on it again to disable Incognito mode in SwiftKey keyboard.
Some facts about SwiftKey keyboard:
- SwiftKey keyboard was originally developed by Jon Reynolds and
- It was originally released for Android in July, 2010
- SwiftKey keyboard was acquired by Microsoft in February, 2016 for $250 Million.
- It is the second most popular keyboard app on play store with 500Million+ downloads
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