Video: How SwiftKey takes on the diversity of Indian culture

Intelligent keyboard app SwiftKey, now part of Microsoft, has expanded transliteration support for for Indian users.

The app supports 22 languages, helping Indian citizens chat in their native language effortlessly and empowering them to communicate faster and more effectively.

At the launch, InfotechLead had a quick interaction with Jon Reynolds, CEO and co- founder, Swiftkey, who elaborated on how the app can revolutionize the country’s messaging scenario.

Damini Juyal

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