Microsoft Now Allows Users to Copy and Paste Between Android and Windows

Microsoft is allowing users to copy and paste between Android and Windows using SwiftKey, therefore making it possible to transfer text and links much more straightforward.

Thanks to the integration of SwiftKey in Windows and the dedicated mobile app on Android, users can now access a Cloud Clipboard that syncs the copied text between the two platforms.

The feature works both ways, and only supports the last item you copied.

You need to be running a new version of Windows 10 (Windows 11 is also supported) and have the Android version of SwiftKey up-to-date on your mobile device.

“The days of emailing yourself website links, phone numbers and addresses are a thing of the past. You can now use Microsoft SwiftKey’s Cloud Clipboard feature to sync your copied text between SwiftKey Keyboard and Windows. Cloud Clipboard is currently only available for Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard on Android. It also requires a PC running Windows 10,” Microsoft explains.

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