SwiftKey develops keyboard applications and technologies that learn from their users to make text entry easier, efficient, and more productive. 

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SwiftKey was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in London, GB

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Key People/Management at SwiftKey

Jon Reynolds

Jon Reynolds

CEO, Co-Founder
Ben Medlock

Ben Medlock

Chris Wolfe

Chris Wolfe

Director Product Management
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SwiftKey Office Locations

SwiftKey has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
91-95 Southwark Bridge Rd
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SwiftKey Financials and Metrics

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$21.6 m


In total, SwiftKey had raised $21.6 m. SwiftKey is a subsidiary of Microsoft

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SwiftKey's revenue was reported to be £7.88 m in FY, 2015 which is a 6.3% decrease from the previous period.
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SwiftKey Operating Metrics

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Active Users

250 m

App Devices

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Downloads (Google Play)

15 m100 m
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SwiftKey Revenue Breakdown

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SwiftKey revenue breakdown by business segment: 90.4% from Product Revenue and 9.6% from Professional Services Revenue

SwiftKey revenue breakdown by geographic segment: 76.0% from Rest of the World, 23.7% from Rest of Europe and 0.4% from Other

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SwiftKey Online and Social Media Presence

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SwiftKey News and Updates


Microsoft’s Acquisition Of SwiftKey Has Been Officially Completed

Earlier last month it was reported that Microsoft had plans to acquire keyboard app maker SwiftKey. About a month later, it looks like there weren’t any issues with the company’s acquisition because according to a recent tweet by Microsoft’s Harry Shum, it seems that the acquisition has since been c…

SwiftKey now lets you send 3D animated animal emojis that mimic your facial expression

SwiftKey is embedding a new animated animal emoji feature directly into its mobile keyboard app, one that replicates a person's detailed facial expressions.

SwiftKey adds a surprisingly handy search bar to its Android keyboard

I’ve been switching between Google’s Gboard and SwiftKey for the past couple of years as my default Android software keyboard, because both of them offer compelling features. However, I’m partial to SwiftKey because of its arrow keys for moving around text – and I now have another reason to stick wi…

SwiftKey now lets you search the web directly from the Android keyboard app

SwiftKey is launching a new search feature that lets Android users browse the web directly from within the keyboard app.

SwiftKey on Android now has two-way translation baked in. Qué bien

The Internet is of course amazing if you want to send messages across borders. But different languages can still put a wrinkle in your conversational flow, even with all the handy translation apps also on tap to help turn zut alors into shucks! So Microsoft -owned SwiftKey is probably still onto som…

SwiftKey taps Microsoft Translator for real-time translations in more than 60 languages

Microsoft-owned mobile keyboard company SwiftKey has announced a new translation feature in its Android app, one that leverages Microsoft Translator to convert your mobile messages into more than 60 languages. For the uninitiated, SwiftKey is a popular keyboard app for smartphones that enables users…
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SwiftKey Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was SwiftKey founded?

    SwiftKey was founded in 2008.

  • Who are SwiftKey key executives?

    SwiftKey's key executives are Jon Reynolds, Ben Medlock and Chris Wolfe.

  • How many employees does SwiftKey have?

    SwiftKey has 146 employees.

  • What is SwiftKey revenue?

    Latest SwiftKey annual revenue is £7.9 m.

  • What is SwiftKey revenue per employee?

    Latest SwiftKey revenue per employee is £54 k.

  • Who are SwiftKey competitors?

    Competitors of SwiftKey include Wing AI, Co-Star and Learnup IO.

  • Where is SwiftKey headquarters?

    SwiftKey headquarters is located at 91-95 Southwark Bridge Rd, London.

  • Where are SwiftKey offices?

    SwiftKey has an office in London.

  • How many offices does SwiftKey have?

    SwiftKey has 1 office.