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I need Word Flow in Windows 8 right now omg

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Don't know about you guys, but I can't stand typing on a tablet's touch keyboard. MY HAND FEELS SO HEAVY OMG. I TAKE HOURS TO TYPE A SINGLE WORD. I CAN'T STAND THIS ANYMORE. WP 8.1 is heaven compared to the full Windows 8 thanks to the new Word Flow feature. It's so fast, so accurate, so intuitive.

 

Please Microsoft, I beg you. I need Word Flow for the Windows 8 on-screen keyboard. Thanks.

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IMO those types of keyboards are best suited for devices in which you can type on with one hand - aka a phone.

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IMO those types of keyboards are best suited for devices in which you can type on with one hand - aka a phone.

Depends on the device.. I have a couple tablets that are easily held in one hand, two of which run Windows. I wouldn't mind Word Flow either to be honest.
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Depends on the device.. I have a couple tablets that are easily held in one hand, two of which run Windows. I wouldn't mind Word Flow either to be honest.

 

So true. I use mine with one hand too (Dell Venue 8 Pro). Maybe I should've been more specific, as this is more important for smaller screens. Still, even at bigger screens, Word Flow would be an amazing feature on the full Windows. I could even use it my mouse, and I could type faster than with a keyboard. I'm literally spitting words with Word Flow on WP8. And I hate wasting time typing. I need to type my words at the same pace as my brain is processing them.

Also, I need Word Flow not only on the Metro environment but more importantly on the Desktop environment.

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