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Microsoft's Support For SwiftKey For iOS Will End Next Week

By Arthur

Sep 29, 2022

On October 5th, SwiftKey will be removed from the Apple App Store, but if you already have it loaded, you may continue to use it.

Microsoft will no longer support SwiftKey

Microsoft said that as of October 5th, SwiftKey would no longer be supported on iOS devices and would be removed from the Apple App Store. If you've previously downloaded SwiftKey on your iPhone, as long as you don't remove it yourself, it will still be accessible.

Microsoft will no longer support SwiftKey

According to Chris Wolfe, director of product management at SwiftKey, "Microsoft will maintain support for SwiftKey Android as well as the underlying technology that drives the Windows touch keyboard."

Microsoft will no longer support SwiftKey

SwiftKey will continue to function for customers who have it installed on iOS until it is actively removed or a user gets a new device.

Microsoft will no longer support SwiftKey

SwiftKey for iOS will no longer be available due to months of customer complaints that didn't appear to get any better. Additionally, users discovered that Microsoft had not updated the SwiftKey app for iOS in over a year, raising the possibility that the software had been covertly discontinued.

Microsoft will no longer support SwiftKey

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