@GeoBartJr At some point.
@Hawk8509 It is but it isn't. It's not the same exact app as it is on Android. It still has the great prediction power but not full features
@FxSql We were not able to reproduce. We could skip lines in Twitter. Did you try a short press and longpress?
@larryisgood Hi Larry, can you please submit a ticket by going to http://t.co/agMjaRZeBB and our support staff will be in touch.
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@Hawk8509 If you didn't know you can longpress on a word you don't want and have it removed from your language model (in SwiftKey).
@LTZ150 If you have not yet done so, enter it in manually and then tap on it in the prediction bar. This should help bring it back.
@GeoBartJr We don't currently officially support iOS 9 because it's still in beta.
@LTZ150 What are you getting instead?
@Hawk8509 What would you say is your biggest frustration?



SXSW 2016: The Linguistic Secrets Found in Billions of Emoji

August 14, 2015

Today we’re profiling another potential SXSW 2016 presentation from SwiftKey: Ben Medlock, CTO & co-founder of SwiftKey, and Gretchen McCulloch, a linguist who writes about linguistics in general – but also about all things internet (if you’re looking for a …


SXSW Panel Picker: What Porn & S’mores Have to Do With Autocorrect

August 13, 2015

Today we’re profiling another potential SXSW 2016 presenter: Dr. Caroline Gasperin, Language Team Lead at SwiftKey. With a background in natural language processing, Dr. Gasperin will expose the fascinating (and occasionally salacious) backstory of SwiftKey’s role in building the first …

iOS beta update-v1-2

Which emoji do you use more than other people?

July 31, 2015

SwiftKey learns the slang, words and names that matter to you to make typing on your smartphone a super personalized and easy experience. We also learn the emoji you like to use to save you from hunting for “” when we’ve …

SwiftKey's Joe Osborne talks AI

Artificial Intelligence could be hugely transformative, says SwiftKey

May 13, 2015

Last week Joe Osborne, SwiftKey SDK and Project Lead for our ongoing project with Stephen Hawking, delivered a talk around Artificial Intelligence at Global Mobile Internet Conference (GMIC), a major industry conference in Beijing. The annual event aims to bring together …

General Election - Cameron and Clegg

General Election 2015 – who’s trending on Twitter?

May 7, 2015

It’s General Election day in the UK and most commentators believe it’s the closest election we’ve seen in decades – the two main parties are neck and neck in the polls. At SwiftKey, we like analyzing data and seeing if …

Puzzle Room

How to build a puzzle room

April 29, 2015

When planning our recent Innovation Week, we knew it would be vital to transform our office. We needed the place to have a theme that would really get the creative juices flowing, and not let innovators be led wayward by …