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How to anticipate users’ needs – without driving them crazy

May 8, 2015

Paul Montoy of Aviate writes for FastCo Design, “Every time you use SwiftKey, it leverages your historical communications to predict what you’re going to type given your current phrase and keystrokes. It surfaces the best guess prediction in an unobtrusive …


SwiftKey named ‘The best keyboard on iPhone’

April 30, 2015

Dan Seifert of The Verge writes, “If you’re looking for the best typing experience on the iPhone, whether that’s with one hand or two, you want SwiftKey. It’s fast and responsive for traditional tap-typing with your thumbs, has a super …

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SwiftKey named to ‘Best Keyboards for Android’

April 30, 2015

Dan Seifert of The Verge writes, “SwiftKey has tracing, autocorrect, and a ton of themes to customize its appearance, but what really sets it apart is its word prediction engine. It can tap into your Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, text messages, …


The role of technology in ‘India’s linguistics challenge’

April 29, 2015

Girish Nath Jha of Hindu Business Line writes, “The SwiftKey app has found success on the Google app store and the company has seen growing traction across the Indian market, not least due to its extensive Indian language coverage (15 …


‘SwiftKey Debuts “Clarity,” An Experimental Keyboard’

April 28, 2015

Sarah Perez of TechCrunch writes, “The idea to fix your typing after the fact is something native keyboards do today but only to correct a misspelled word in most cases. Clarity looks at groupings of words, which could potentially make …

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‘SwiftKey launches ‘Greenhouse’ endeavor with new Clarity keyboard’

April 27, 2015

Alex Robie of Android Central writes, “The first SwiftKey Greenhouse project is a new type of intelligent keyboard for Android — Clarity keyboard.Building on the technology behind the regular SwiftKey app, the Clarity beta release introduces multi-word autocorrect, which takes …


‘Here’s how people in different countries use emoji ‘

April 22, 2015

Jonathan Fisher of BusinessInsider writes, “They organized 800 emoji into 60 different categories, and were able to gather some pretty interesting facts. Analyzing emoji sent from 16 different languages and regions, they found out that happy faces were the most …

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‘Smile: happy faces are top emoji choice’

April 22, 2015

Ami Sedghi of The Guardian writes, “Hearts seem to be the most popular for French users with the heavy black heart emoji and sparkling heart the top two choices, followed by the face with tears of joy. For users of …