Writing on the Windows Blog,
Noting that the SwiftKey’s software keyboard and SDK powers more than 300 million Android and iOS devices, Shum said SwiftKey’s technology “aligns with our vision for more personal computing experiences that anticipate our needs versus responding to our commands, and directly supports our ambition to reinvent productivity by leveraging the intelligent cloud.”
Shum noted that “together we can achieve orders of magnitude greater scale than either of us could have achieved independently” and said they would continue to develop SwiftKey’s keyboard apps for Android and iOS as well as explore scenarios for the integration of the core technology across the breadth of their product and services portfolio, suggesting some features may indeed come to Windows and Windows 10 Mobile.
Shum said they would share plans on how they would integrate SwiftKey technology with Word Flow technology for Windows over the coming months .
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