Microsoft reportedly buying Artificial Intelligence keyboard company Swiftkey for 0 million

By Ritesh Bendre on Feb 3, 2016 at 12:18 PM Email @GadgetFreak4U comments News Swiftkey, one of the intuitive predictive keyboards for Android and iOS smartphones, is reportedly being acquired by Microsoft for about $250m, Financial Times reports. According to people familiar with the deal, the artificial intelligence powered keyboard is installed on hundreds of millions of smartphones and supports 89 languages. Launched in 2010 for Android and in 2014 for iOS, UK-based SwiftKey also started taking in-app payments for themed keyboards. Till date, Swiftkey has raised a total of $21.59 million from Index Ventures and Octopus Ventures. Also, UK celebrity Stephen Fry had been one of the early angel investors. <iframe class=”iframeads” scrolling=”no” height=”252px” frameborder=”0″ srcdoc=” body{margin:0px;}.blk_amazon{width:300px !important;}”>[embedded content] It is important to note that Microsoft already has its…


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