Talk:SwiftKey

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This reads like an advertisement. "Blend of artificial intelligence technologies"? Please. 92.60.179.214 (talk) 08:49, 29 November 2015 (UTC)

Advertising[edit]

This is blatant advertising/promotion. The whole article does not explain how the input is used to predict further inputs in Swiftkey. The whole article also does not mention, that ALL of the input is sent to the company Swiftkey, which can read everything you type. The whole article focuses too much on the success of the company / prices for the product. The list of supported languages and the version list should be deleted or shortened extremely, Wikipedia is NOT a (software) manual / documentation / changelog repository for software. Therefore, I will add the Advertising Template. C-Kobold (talk) 21:42, 28 June 2017 (UTC)

Agree wholeheartedly. There is cruft all over this article, particularly the languages and the versions. The languages list doesn't belong here, but on the microsoft website, in the marketing section and the detail about versions is redundant. I intend to tidy up. -Roxy, Zalophus californianus. barcus 16:49, 27 November 2017 (UTC)