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We dug into our U.S. emoji data to see which team’s state – the Denver Broncos in Colorado or the Carolina Panthers in North Carolina – used the most of the only two emoji that matter with this football game: 🏈 and 🏆.

Find out who wins on the blog: swft.ky/fzDnmi
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Want to know how to easily access punctuation on SwiftKey? Check out this Tips & Tricks!
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You've probably already heard that the Facebook "Like" button is getting a revamp in the form of "Facebook Reactions".

So how does the usage data of the original emoji versions of Facebook’s new Reactions compare with what they chose? 
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We know you’ve all been waiting for them, and they’re finally available on SwiftKey: the 184 new and updated Android 6 emoji!
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That's like 98% of Android phones. 
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Want to know how emoji prediction works on SwiftKey for iPhone & iPad? Learn how in this week's SwiftKey Keyboard Tips & Tricks!
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+Fernando M.​ What you said all day every day 
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This ‪#‎throwback‬ SwiftKey Keyboard Tips & Tricks applies to both Android AND iPhone!
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Correction in SwiftKey is very hard, I must disable autocorrection. SwiftKey usually doesn't know where cursor is placed and adds or removes characters on another place where cursor is and with autocorrection is this keyboard unusable, with disabled is better result but with errors too.
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We have some very big news today and we wanted to share it with you! For those of you who can’t bear the suspense, we are being acquired by Microsoft and are very excited. Rest assured, our commitment to SwiftKey as an app on both Android and iOS has never been stronger. Check out our blog for more info.
We’re excited to announce an important milestone on SwiftKey’s journey. As of today, we have agreed to join the Microsoft family. Microsoft’s mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Our mission is to enhance interaction between people and technology. We think these are a perfect match, and we …
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Time for a ‪#‎throwback‬ SwiftKey Keyboard Tips & Tricks: What is Backup & Sync?
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Any plan on you guys developing an Ubuntu style theme keyboard? 
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We decided to use SwiftKey to take the guesswork out of writing the perfect dating profile for us. Read some of the ridiculous results on the blog!
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+Inga Balčiūnienė I'm sorry for you then :D I did not try it yet. Will do soon! :)
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Today, we’re excited to bring new ways of looking at how you type to our SwiftKey for Android beta – introducing SwiftKey Stats! 
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Last night marked President Obama’s highly anticipated final State of the Union address. We conducted a language analysis on his speech to see what we could learn about his message - find out more on the blog. #SOTU


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We picked ten of the least-used emoji from our Emoji Report data – check out our findings! Are any of them surprising to you?
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Cool stuff. I really never used one of those 😅
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Founded in London in 2008, SwiftKey's mission is to build technology that makes it easy for everyone to create and communicate on mobile. We're best known for smart SwiftKey Keyboard apps which learn from you to make typing on touchscreens faster and easier.

SwiftKey Keyboard for Android is Google Play's most popular keyboard app, topping the global best-seller list in 2012 and 2013. SwiftKey Keyboard for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch had more than 1m downloads in its first day of launching on the App Store, hitting No 1 in the US and UK free charts. It follows the earlier success of Note, a note-taking application for iPhone and iPad.