Recently, Swiftkey announced an important milestone in their journey. The leading third party keyboard app in the world is now a part of Microsoft's growing family.
According to some reports that circled around the glove, Microsoft was able to acquire Swiftkey for around USD 250 million. However, both parties didn't confirm this rumors.
With a combined mission of empowering every person and organization on the planet to achieve more and enhance interaction between people and technology, it appears that the partnership is a perfect one.
Aside from Microsoft powered devices
Our number one focus has always been to build the best possible products for our users. This will not change. Our apps will continue to be available on Android and iOS, for free. We are as committed as ever to improving them in new and innovative ways.
Together we can expect them to further improve the predictive capabilities of their keyboard, make an AI like of intelligence and simply do greater things we never imagined before to make our lives easier.
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