@NoHopsWhiteGuy There is no such thing as a bad idea.
@AugustVance The Android app has the Heat map. Different names and look but the same concept.
@LuismiX Yea, if you want to create a video, it gives a better visual aspect to show the devs. Thanks for your comms.
@NoHopsWhiteGuy Hi Jordan, we can't say for sure, but we do know that shooting stars was a hit. Have some ideas?
@casonasher What platform are you using?
@LuismiX What kind of lag is the question. When opening, closing, typing, something else? More details in order to investigate.
@mastrus @the_luci They are slightly different for iOS than on Android. As you both noticed.
@micmkash Thanks for the kind words Michael.
@SamatJain Good question! We do have a surprise for you though. Shoot us a DM for more details.



SwiftKey at SXSW: Why Hollywood has AI all wrong

February 26, 2015

Can you believe it’s already time for SXSW 2015? We’re gearing up for another trip to Austin and are excited about great networking, hosting a panel and hopefully endless BBQ! We’ll be dispelling myths about Artificial Intelligence, talking about why …


9 ways Sean Price is actually a word play wizard

February 25, 2015

One of the things we love most about being a keyboard company and helping people express themselves more easily is that each of you has your own set of unique words, phrases and ways of talking. Our passion project, In …


Celebrating International Mother Language Day

February 20, 2015

Hi everyone, Did you know that tomorrow is International Mother Language Day? Extra points if you did! Observed since 2000, IMLD celebrates the languages spoken around the world and promotes multilingualism and the appreciation of different cultures. In the words …

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SwiftKey hosts evening on The Theory of Everything

February 18, 2015

Who’s your pick for Oscar’s success? Our is, without a doubt, The Theory of Everything and its star Eddie Redmayne. Last night SwiftKey played host to a private screening of the Professor Hawking biopic at the Curzon cinema in central London. …

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February 18, 2015

Hola! This week, we had the chance to talk with a recent college grad who speaks four (yes, four) languages and hear what he had to say about being multilingual. Meet Julio Sulub, a 22-year-old from Mexico who recently graduated from Universidad …

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Celebrate Carnival with a theme fit for Rio

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Hi everyone, Bom Carnaval! With Brazil’s annual Carnival celebrations just around the corner, we’ve stocked the SwiftKey Store for Android with a beautiful – and crazy colorful – free theme to help you prepare for a week of festivities. You …


Top 10 ‘untranslatable’ words that should exist in English

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Hi everyone, Have you ever found yourself wanting to express a thought or feeling, but you just can’t find the right word or words? Don’t worry – you’re not alone; sometimes, the languages we speak just don’t quite allow for …


Sean Price reveals his thoughts on the future of rap

January 27, 2015

This installment of In My Words, our series showcasing different artists, shines the spotlight on Sean Price. In this series, we asked five artists from both sides of the Atlantic to talk to us about their relationship with language and words. …


Ross Sutherland re-imagine’s John Lennon’s ‘Imagine’

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In this installment of In My Words, we’re highlighting poet and performer Ross Sutherland. In My Words asks five artists from both sides of the Atlantic to talk to us about their relationship with language and words. Given unfiltered time on …


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In this installment of In My Words – our series showcasing different artists – we’re spotlighting actor and spoken word artist Deanna Rodger. In this series, we asked five artists from both sides of the Atlantic to talk to us about …


Sugar Tongue Slim (STS) plays with words

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In this installment of our new series, In My Words, where we asked five artists from both sides of the Atlantic to talk to us about their relationship with words. Given unfiltered time on camera to explore these ideas, they …