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Media coverage


'Congratulations to the SwiftKey team on its acquisition by Microsoft'

Rich Wong of Accel writes for VentureBeat, “With Microsoft’s renewed focus on mobile productivity, we’re excited to see the combination of Microsoft’s deep heritage and market position with SwiftKey’s mobile technology as part of this acquisition.”

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SwiftKey a must-have for 'growing and monetizing your Instagram account'

Anthony Carbone of The Next Web writes, “If it weren’t for this app, I wouldn’t have been able to create and run so many Instagram accounts all on my own. What normally would take me three to five minutes to type a unique caption now takes me less than 30 seconds.” 

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'Better ways to type on tiny screens'

Michael Gowan of Men’s Journal writes, “Install a different keyboard: SwiftKey doesn’t have bigger letters, but it does have better autocorrect, so your mistakes don’t matter as much.”

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SwiftKey Symbols named to 'best Android apps of 2015'

Stuart Dredge of The Guardian writes, “This is a spin-off from the popular keyboard-replacement app with a very specific audience: people on the autism spectrum or with other communication difficulties.”

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5 Android Productivity Apps to Help You in 2016

Anmol Sekhri of Huffington Post writes, “It’s a must have in terms of productivity because it combs your Facebook, Twitter, and Gmail to learn your most commonly used phrases and words, cutting the time it takes for predictive text to acclimatize to you. Additionally, all your saved words, phrases and settings are saved to the cloud.”

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SwiftKey Neural named to 'Best Android apps 2015: 100 you must download'

James Rogerson of TechRadar writes, “There’s a good chance you’ve already given SwiftKey a try, seeing as it’s one of the most popular Android keyboards available. SwiftKey Neural Alpha is similar, but with an intriguing addition.”

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