SwiftKey is a technology company that aims to enhance interaction between keyboards and people. It upgrades smartphone keyboards to make typing faster, by utilizing artificial intelligence to learn from each user in order to autocorrect and predict their next word. The SwiftKey Keyboard for Android supports more than 80 languages.
SwiftKey was founded by Ben Medlock and Jon Reynolds in 2008 and is based in London, United Kingdom.
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SwiftKey 3 was added to CrunchBase in 2012
SwiftKey keyboard for Android makes typing on touchscreens faster, smarter and more intuitive.
Update brings 13 new Indian languages and adaptive layouts.
SwiftKey 6 brings new themes, emoji panel revamp and double word prediction.
SwiftKey Flow was added to CrunchBase in 2012
The world’s first smartphone keyboard software that uses an artificial neural network to predict and correct language.
SwiftKey Note was added to CrunchBase in 2014
|Aug 10, 2017||Android Police - [Update: Rolling out to stable] SwiftKey Beta updated with GIF search support and seven new languages|
|Aug 6, 2017||Phone Arena - SwiftKey for Android soon to add GIF search support, new languages|
|Aug 3, 2017||Android Police - SwiftKey Beta updated with GIF search support and seven new languages|
|Aug 1, 2017||Mobile Syrup - Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard removed from the App Store|
|Aug 1, 2017||Economic Times - Microsoft to remove Windows Phone keyboard for iPhone|
|Jul 31, 2017||NeoWin - Microsoft kills off its Word Flow keyboard, promotes SwiftKey instead|
|Jul 31, 2017||Beta News - Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard app, tells iOS users to install SwiftKey|
|Jul 31, 2017||GeekWire - Microsoft pulls Word Flow keyboard for iOS, directing users to SwiftKey|
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