Apple has acquired Dryft, a small startup that develops keyboard apps, TechCrunch reports. While the acquisition appears to have taken place last year, it has only recently come to light with LinkedIn profiles of a principal within the company showing him as having joined Apple last September as leading development for Apple’s “internal keyboard efforts.” It’s unclear whether the acquisition was for talent or assets, and financial terms of the deal haven’t been disclosed.
Apple quietly acquires keyboard app developer Dryft
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