Microsoft Monday: Nasty Windows 10 Surprise, Photos App Becoming Smarter, Word Flow On iOS Shut Down - Forbes

"Microsoft Monday" is a weekly column that focuses on all things Microsoft. This week, Microsoft Monday includes details about Word Flow for iOS shutting down, LinkedIn's Website Demographics service, a timeline for the end of Microsoft's Flash support ...

Microsoft Kills Its Windows Phone Keyboard for iOS - MakeUseOf

Microsoft is removing Word Flow from the App Store. This means that the critically acclaimed keyboard app will no longer be available to iOS users who haven't already downloaded it. And those that have face the prospect of Word Flow never being updated ...

Microsoft Officially Launches Biometric Keyboard - Mobile ID World

The company's Modern Keyboard was first unveiled in June, and is the first such device in the world to feature a fingerprint sensor embedded in one of its keys. That sensor comes by way of Fingerprint Cards, a Swedish company that has long dominated ...

Microsoft says goodbye to Word Flow, hints at future SwiftKey integration - Digital Trends

Word Flow was one-handed typing done right, and especially useful for those with giant phones. Hopefully it will surface again as a SwiftKey feature. Microsoft is shutting down Word Flow. The inventive one-handed keyboard app exclusive to iPhone is ...

Microsoft kills Windows Phone's WordFlow keyboard for iOS - WindowsLatest (blog)

Microsoft had started their Windows Phone Flow keyboard as a Microsoft Garage project in February on iOS as a private beta and it was officially made available for all users from April 2017. It not only brought the record breaking Windows Flow keyboard ...

Microsoft kills popular Word Flow iOS keyboard 'experiment', suggests SwiftKey as replacement - PocketNow (press release) (blog)

Last week's reports of Paint's death may have been greatly exaggerated, in part due to Microsoft's own initial silence on the matter and lack of clarity regarding “removed” and “deprecated” Windows 10 features. But when it comes to the “completion” of ...

Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard for iOS - iClarified

Microsoft has ended its Word Flow keyboard for iOS experiment and pulled the app from the App Store. Launched as a Microsoft Garage project, Word Flow offered a fast keyboard with search (GIFs, restaurants, and more), free customization options and an ...

Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard for iPhone - The Mac Observer

Microsoft's surprisingly useful iPhone one-hand keyboard Word Flow has been discontinued and is being calling a completed experiment. Now the company is pushing SwiftKey, which it bought in 2016. Microsoft Word Flow iPhone keyboard pulled from App ...