New SwiftKey Keyboard beta brings Chinese language support
November 13, 2014
February 27, 2012
We’re here in Barcelona for MWC to introduce some of SwiftKey’s great functionality to the mobile industry. But one question we often get is “why just Android?” or “prove you’re more than just an app”.
Today’s launch of SwiftKey SDK does just that. Our new software development kit empowers engineers in hardware and enterprise companies to use a suite of tools designed to provide an excellent typing experience in an wide range of contexts.
The SDK lets partners plug all of the power of SwiftKey’s incredible language engine directly into their device or service, to drive the most compelling text input experience on the market, based on all of our NLP and machine learning technology.
It’s cross-platform and highly flexible, and we’re really excited about what partners across the mobile, consumer electronics and enterprise industries will be able to do with it. Read more about what we have to offer, or get in touch with us today to find out how you can access the SwiftKey SDK.