Microsoft SwiftKey for iOS supports both Key Click Sounds and Haptic Feedback.
We've highlighted how to use each below.
1 - Key Click Sounds
To enable/disable Key Click Sounds in Microsoft SwiftKey:
- Open the Microsoft SwiftKey app from your device
- Tap ‘Settings’
- Press the slider to toggle ‘Key Click Sounds’ on or off.
Please note that if keyboard click is turned off in Apple settings > Sounds & Haptics, this will not affect the settings selected in SwiftKey. However, flicking the iPhone's Ringer switch to the red position will also mute Microsoft SwiftKey’s key click.
See the screenshots below for further help:
2 - Haptic Feedback
We've introduced limited Haptic Feedback for users of iPhone 7 and above.
Haptic Feedback will only trigger when certain keys are pressed, for example: opening the emoji panel, long-pressing the emoji/globe key, and activating the 'emoji bomb'.