After releasing the project to bring the spectacular typing experience of Windows Phone to platforms like iOS and Android, Microsoft has shut down the Word Flow project in favor of SwiftKey.
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Last week's accidental release of Windows 10 builds has uncovered the development of a new keyboard for the OS, under development by the same team responsible for Word Flow, Windows Phone's keyboard.
The Microsoft Garage project Word Flow received an update today to version 2.0. It includes a number of new features, such as a search function for GIFs, images and emoji.
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Microsoft finally released its Word Flow keyboard for iOS to the public today and in many ways, it is more fully featured than its Windows 10 Mobile counterpart. Here's our hands-on with the keyboard.
After being in beta for a number of months, Microsoft's Word Flow - considered to be among the best mobile keyboards, and originally developed for Windows Phone 8.1 - is now available on iOS.
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Microsoft is bringing its Word Flow keyboard - developed for Windows phones - to other platforms, starting with iOS. If you've been waiting to get your hands on it, you can now sign up for an invite.
Screenshots of Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard on iOS show that it includes customizable theme options that have never been offered on Windows phones, for which the keyboard was originally developed.
Microsoft has ported a beta of its highly praised Word Flow keyboard to iOS and includes a new take on the single-handed typing mode currently offered by its Windows 10 Mobile cousin.
The Word Flow keyboard of Windows Phone may soon be arriving to competing platforms, including iOS. Today, Microsoft has sent out an email to Windows Insiders asking for feedback on a preliminary app.
The record for fastest typing achieved by a Windows Phone user at a Microsoft event with the Word Flow keyboard has been broken by an Android user with the Fleksy, 3rd party keyboard application.
Word Flow, the new Swype-esque feature packaged with the Windows Phone 8.1 update, has broken the Guinness World Record for fastest text on a touchscreen.