SwiftKey may lose Gmail optimizations soon
SwiftKey is a popular keyboard app developed by Microsoft with the goal of making mobile typing better and easier. It partially does so by pulling data from Google’s apps and services (most notably Gmail) to make the writing experience more personal and automated for the user. However, the Mountain View’s new privacy and user-data policies are incompatible with this behavior.
Therefore, it has contacted SwiftKey users, warning them that their Google accounts will no longer allow their keyboard apps to share data. Therefore, these individuals will lose the integration with Gmail with which their typing might be enhanced.
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