Microsoft Garage updates Hub Keyboard and Next Lock Screen with important fixes

Microsoft Garage updated their Hub Keyboard Preview and Next Lock Screen apps today with some important fixes.

Over the weekend, we did a hands-on video showing Microsoft's Arrow Launcher, Next Lock Screen, and Hub Keyboard all working together, along with other Microsoft services on Android. It truly turns a Google Android phone into a Microsoft device.

There were some issues though. Hub Keyboard is not ready for prime time yet and there were issues with fingerprint support on the Next Lock Screen, a feature that they recently added. These updates seem to work out at least some of those issues.

Here's what's new for Hub Keyboard:

There's still no Swype functionality and there's still some bugs, but it's a big step forward. Let's not forget, Hub Keyboard is still in preview.

Here's what's new for Next Lock Screen:

You can download Next Lock Screen here and Hub Keyboard Preview here.

Are you using Hub Keyboard Preview and Next Lock Screen? Let us know what you think of them in the comments!

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