Media coverage

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SwiftKey named to ‘best alternative keyboards for Android’

July 17, 2014

Daniel P. of PhoneArena writes, “Oh, SwiftKey, can we even stress enough how good you are at what you do? Leaving aside ergonomics, gesture typing, layout customizations and skinning options, which are stellar with SwiftKey, the predictive text algorithms it …

‘SwiftKey sees monthly users jump 54%’ after going free

July 9, 2014

Devindra Hardawar of VentureBeat writes, “SwiftKey says it has also seen more than 12 million downloads of its free and premium themes, which also launched when the app went free. The company isn’t yet offering any specific revenue or user …

SwiftKey named to ‘Best Android apps’

July 1, 2014

Joe Fedewa of Phandroid writes, “We’re sure you are all well aware of this awesome keyboard replacement…The one thing that prevented some people from using SwiftKey was the cost, but now it is completely free forever. Go get it!” 

SwiftKey CTO talks ‘Secrets of Success’

June 19, 2014

In this video, SwiftKey co-founder and CTO Ben Medlock “explains how a mix of great people and the right timing helped the company make an impact on the market.” 

SwiftKey named a company to watch by CNN

June 17, 2014

Stuart Miles of CNN writes, “The number one third-party keyboard app for Android phones, SwiftKey is a must-have for the OS. Starting in London, and then setting up offices in San Francisco, the app has just gone free on the …

SwiftKey profiled by The New York Times

June 16, 2014

Mark Scott of The New York Times writes, “Perhaps no company, though, has found more success with enhancing keyboards than SwiftKey, a London start-up that first released a keyboard app in 2010. SwiftKey says the app, which cost $4 until last …

‘Most Popular Android Keyboard: SwiftKey’

June 18, 2014

Alan Henry of Lifehacker writes, “Knocking it out of the park with over 53% of the overall vote was SwiftKey, the swipe-to-type Android keyboard with predictive text, custom dictionaries, cloud-saved preferences, and the ability to learn from the way you type…it …