SwiftKey App Goes Free With Keyboards Predicting Your EmotionsScott Moritz
SwiftKey, one of the top-selling apps for Android users, is no longer charging for downloads of its smartphone keyboard, even as it adds new features to predict how you express emotions in addition to what you type.
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