SwiftKey

SwiftKey flagship mobile app, SwiftKey Keyboard for Android and iPhone, adapts to the way of typing, so user spends less time correcting your typos and more time saying what you really mean. SwiftKey users have saved an estimated 10 trillion keystrokes across 100 different languages, which adds up to over 100,000 years of reclaimed typing time.
SwiftKey's hallmark predictive technology learns from a user's personal writing style, getting smarter over time. From quirkiest family nickname to the sports teams you support, SwiftKey predicts the individual phrases that matter most to you.
In April 2016 SwiftKey became part of the Microsoft family, working together to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. 

Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Microsoft
HQ
London, GB
Founded
2008
SwiftKey was founded in 2008 and is headquartered in London, GB

Key People at SwiftKey

Jon Reynolds

Jon Reynolds

CEO, Co-Founder
Ben Medlock

Ben Medlock

Head of Product

SwiftKey Office Locations

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

SwiftKey Data and Metrics

SwiftKey Summary

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

SwiftKey Financial Metrics

SwiftKey's revenue was reported to be £7.9 m in FY, 2015 which is a 6% decrease from the previous period.
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Revenue

9.9 m8.4 m7.9 m

Revenue growth, %

(15%)(6%)

Cost of goods sold

2 m1.5 m1.5 m

Gross profit

7.9 m6.9 m6.4 m
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Cash

9.8 m5.5 m8.4 m

Accounts Receivable

1.3 m115.3 k131.7 k

Current Assets

12.4 m7.9 m10.4 m

PP&E

213.6 k206.5 k140.6 k
GBPFY, 2013FY, 2014FY, 2015

Net Income

103 k(5.3 m)(7.6 m)

Depreciation and Amortization

98.8 k174.5 k182.6 k

Accounts Receivable

(1 m)558.1 k519.8 k

Accounts Payable

968.4 k384.5 k689.1 k
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SwiftKey Operating Metrics

Jul, 2017

App Devices

300 m

Languages

100
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Traffic Overview of SwiftKey

SwiftKey Online and Social Media Presence

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…

Microsoft kills Word Flow keyboard for iOS, recommends SwiftKey instead

Microsoft has killed off its experimental keyboard app Word Flow, which debuted as a feature for Windows Phone and as a Microsoft Garage project for iOS in April 2016. SwiftKey is now Microsoft’s recommended, and only, keyboard for Android and iOS. Back in March, Microsoft changed its mind about wha…

Microsoft won’t bring Word Flow keyboard to Android, will add the tech to SwiftKey instead

Microsoft has changed its mind about what to do next with the SwiftKey virtual keyboard apps for Android and iOS, which became property of Microsoft as a result of an acquisition last year. At the time, Microsoft said that in the months to come it would talk more about how it would “integrate SwiftK…

SwiftKey makes all themes free for the holidays

If you’re like me, you take any opportunity to spruce up your phone’s UI a bit, including keyboard themes. Now SwiftKey, one of the best keyboards on both iOS and Android, is making all of its themes free. I mean, it wasn’t exactly much to pay a dollar for the old themes, but the update makes it eas…

Microsoft-owned SwiftKey removes final in-app charges as it makes premium themes free on Android and iOS

SwiftKey, the popular Microsoft-owned mobile keyboard app, has removed the last remaining in-app purchases, meaning the app is now completely free in its entirety. For the uninitiated, SwiftKey enables users to type more quickly on touchscreens — it learns your writing style over time and serves up …

SwiftKey’s neural network-based predictive keyboard app now speaks Spanish, French, and German

Popular mobile keyboard app SwiftKey is flexing its multilingual muscles today with the launch of a handful of new features for those able to converse in multiple languages. You may recall that the Microsoft-owned company rolled out a significant upgrade to its Android app last month, one that becko…
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