We’ve known for a while that SwiftKey is one of the best, if not really the best, third-party keyboard on both iPhone and Android, and every single update that Microsoft releases further polishes the experience for everybody.
The most recent beta update for SwiftKey on Android comes with an essential feature: cursor control.
As weird as this may sound, SwiftKey, which is one super-advanced keyboard app for mobile devices, was until now lacking cursor control on Android, something that even the most basic alternatives come with.
Maybe the company has just busy adding support for hundreds of languages and forgot about this little feature, who knows.
The good news is that starting with version 126.96.36.199 beta, SwiftKey comes with cursor control too, and you can now just press and hold the spacebar to enable it, just like you do on the many other keyboards out there.
Still in beta though