Microsoft Word Flow keyboard for iOS: How it works and how to get early access
A one-handed writing mode. I need to try it out! Allows to hold a coffee in one hand and write with the other… 😉
Microsoft announced back in January that it would be bringing its popular Windows Phone keyboard to iOS users. Now a new signup page indicates that iPhone users will get access to the Word Flow keyboard, developed by Microsoft Garage, sooner rather than later.
The iOS version will be getting two new features including a one-handed mode and the ability to customize your keyboard with various preloaded themes.
We look at the features of Word Flow for iOS, when you can expect to get it on your device, and how to sign up for an early invite.
What can you do with Word Flow for iOS?
In its default mode, the Word Flow keyboard looks like a standard iOS keyboard, but turn on the one-handed mode and it serves up the keyboard as a fan-shaped layout, perfect for the larger screens like the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. The one-handed mode will also work on either side of your iPhone’s screen.
Like other third-party keyboards for iOS – SwiftKey, which Microsoft acquired back in February
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