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Why I became an iOS developer

Maxim Cramer has just been named one of the 25 Under 25 women in tech by CodeFirst:Girls, an initiative by Entrepreneur First to "hunt for the most talented and awesome young women in the tech startup world." Here she explains how she became an iOS developer working on SwiftKey Note. "I was...

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UK’s fastest-growing startups revealed

SwiftKey has been named one of the fastest-growing companies in the UK by The Next Web. The news site ran a contest to find the tech startups that have experienced the highest growth over the last two years. They scoured Europe and based their results on revenue figures, web traffic and...

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Help us win a Webby!

Hey everyone, We are super excited to let you know that SwiftKey has been nominated to win a Webby Award in the Mobile & Apps: Productivity category for SwiftKey Keyboard. It’s a huge honor to be nominated for a Webby, and we are thrilled to be recognized for such a prestigious award...

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When Ben met David Cameron…

Last week our co-founder and CTO Dr Ben Medlock travelled to the CeBIT tech and IT conference with a very special companion in the form of British Prime Minister David Cameron! Dave was on his way to the event in Germany’s Hanover to give a keynote speech on Britain’s plans for a 5G mobile-data...

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GigaOM guest post: A plain English guide to NLP

What is Natural Language Processing and how is it changing the way we live and work? This was the question SwiftKey co-founder and CTO Ben Medlock set out to answer in a guest post for the tech news site GigaOm. "Though these technologies are complex, it's crucial that we understand them and how...

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SwiftKey joins David Cameron on CeBIT visit

SwiftKey co-founder and CTO Ben Medlock has joined UK Prime Minister David Cameron on a trip to the CeBIT 2014 trade fair in Germany. Ben was part of a small group of tech representatives to accompany Mr Cameron. The British Prime Minister used the event to announce a £45m investment in the...

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SXSW 2014: Make it noteworthy

Hi everyone, This Friday, we’re headed to Austin for another year of attending SXSW Interactive, and looking forward to a week packed full of innovative and interesting ideas. Past years have wowed us with fascinating presentations and people, and we’re sure that this year will be no...

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Five reasons why SwiftKey makes the Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For list

We're incredibly pleased to announce that we have made the prestigious Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work For list for the first time - this follows a rigorous and lengthy process which saw every staff member interviewed. Our very own Chief Commercial Officer Lucy Yu gives us her top tips...

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New SwiftKey Note update as we hit the million mark!

Hi everyone, We are hugely excited to announce that, on the day we release our SwiftKey Note bug fix update - accessible by returning to the App Store and clicking ‘Update’ - we have just passed the milestone of over a million downloads! It’s been about a month since we launched,...

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SwiftKey enters deal with Nokia for new platform launch

Exciting news from Day 1 at MWC – SwiftKey has signed a deal with Nokia to make our market-leading app available to users of their new app store, Nokia Store, and accompanying phone Nokia X, throughout 2014. It will include our hugely popular service SwiftKey Cloud, which gives users...

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