The SwiftKay app, which runs under Microsoft, has added a new feature to its latest update to the Android platform that allows you to search without having to open a browser. The company hopes that users will use this feature to perform their searches.
To access this feature, just press the + button on the top of the keyboard and then select Search. You can then search the Internet by typing the subject.
Of course, since the app runs under Microsoft, searches are only done through the Bing search engine, and it's unlikely to be able to change it to Google. An issue that may appeal to some users.
After typing and searching, the results are displayed in a relatively larger tab than the keyboard in a small area of the screen. After searching, you can use options such as screenshots, page craps, or sharing with your audience.
According to sources in the news, this feature is provided for users in 11 countries: USA, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Brazil, India, Italy and Spain. But during digital experiments, this feature is also available for Iranian users.
This feature was also available in the beta version of this application on the Android platform, and on the other hand, it is not a completely new feature. Prior to Swift Key, the Gboard application used this feature.Source