We've brought cursor control to your Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard on Android.
It will be enabled by default if you only use one language with your SwiftKey Keyboard. Try it out by tapping and holding the spacebar to move the cursor.
If you use multiple languages, cursor control will need to be turned on first; this setting can be found in your ‘Typing’ menu.
If you were previously an arrow keys user, it should be noted cursor control performs the same function and has the added benefit of saving screen space too.
If you don't see the cursor control option, please ensure you've downloaded the latest Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard update from the Google Play Store.