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SwiftKey update types up new features

Pocket-Lint: SwiftKey has released an update of its keyboard software for Android bringing with it a new HD skin, five new languages and a longer free trial.

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Microsoft has reportedly acquired mobile keyboard company SwiftKey for around $250M

Microsoft has acquired SwiftKey, a company that built an intuitive keyboard for iOS and Android (but not Windows Phone) devices, according to a new report today.

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Apple gets a taste of third-party keyboards with SwiftKey for iOS

Now that Apple has finally opened its iOS platform to third-party keyboard developers, the eager bunch at SwiftKey are grinning from ear to ear. Although it’s not completely understood how many iOS users — stuck in their Apple keyboard ways — will actually use the app, SwiftKey has unveiled it’s plans for its iOS 8 keyboard that includes cloud prediction services and full swipe-to-type support.

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ChrisW3305d ago

Unless you're in an area where you inclined to be quite and discrete, using Siri to dictate for you is much, MUCH faster.