Microsoft has now formally finished its prior to now-introduced acquisition of SwiftKey, which makes fashionable digital keyboards for iOS and Android units. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed.
The ultimate final of the deal used to be found out by the use of Twitter via Microsoft's Harry Shum, the corporate's Executive Vice President for Technology and Research:
"Excited to record we now have finished SwiftKey acquisition. Welcome to Microsoft @SwiftKey! Let's do good stuff in combination for our consumers"
Microsoft has already showed it plans to keep supporting the SwiftKey apps on iOS and Android, and it plans to combine its options into the Word Flow keyboard for Windows 10 Mobile.
Source: Harry Shum (Twitter)