Popular third-party keyboard SwiftKey has hit version 1.3.3 with new emoji, among them the new diverse set of characters found that came to the iPhone and iPad at large with iOS 8.3.
SwiftKey has added several new emoji, including the new, more diverse characters found in iOS 8.3. Just as you would with the standard iOS keyboard, tap and hold certain characters to see their different versions.
It now also takes fewer taps to switch keyboards. Check out all of the changes in SwiftKey 1.3.3 below:
NEW EMOJI, INCLUDING SKIN TONE
Choose the skin tone of your emoji
More new emoji, including flags and family
Live long & prosper - SwiftKey now includes the Vulcan Salute emoji
FEWER SWITCHES BACK TO THE APPLE KEYBOARD
A number of stability improvements to reduce crashes
Choose to have either the emoji or globe key to the left of the spacebar
Looking through the store now works on an iPhone 4S
Themes now order correctly and show the price if In-App Purchase setting in System Settings is disabled
SwiftKey 1.3.3 is rolling out on the App Store right now.