How to resize your SwiftKey Keyboard on Android

 

Your SwiftKey Keyboard defaults to the middle (medium) size setting.

Should you want a change you can access SwiftKey's resizing options in the following two ways.

  1. From the SwiftKey Hub
  2. From the Typing menu

1 - From the SwiftKey Hub

  1. On your Android phone, open the SwiftKey Hub
  2. Tap ‘Resize’
  3. Choose your desired size 

Please see the screenshots below:

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2 - From the Typing Menu

You can also resize your keyboard from within SwiftKey settings in the following way:

  1. Open the SwiftKey app
  2. Tap 'Typing'
  3. Tap the 'Resize keyboard' option and choose your size

Troubleshooting

Please note the size of your SwiftKey Keyboard will likely be affected by alterations to your devices' default font size and magnification/zoom settings. 

Likewise, if you're lucky enough to own a device with a curved screen SwiftKey may not appear as you expect. In both these cases you'll need to use SwiftKey's 'Resize' options to return your keyboard to a size of your choosing.

If you would like to leave feedback on SwiftKey's resizing options please file a Feature Request by clicking [here].

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