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Microsoft's Windows Phone keyboard for the iPhone is dead - The Verge

Microsoft first released its Windows Phone keyboard for the iPhone more than a year ago, with a unique one-handed mode. Microsoft is now removing it from the App Store and encouraging users to download SwiftKey instead, according to a support note ...and more »

iOS: Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard—Here's What to Replace It With - Lifehacker

When you installed Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard on your iPhone, you probably thought it was an app or extension. Turns out, it was an “experiment,” an experiment that is now “complete,” and you need to switch to a new keyboard. Your safest bet is ...and more »

Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard for iOS is no more - Windows Central

Back in February of this year we took a closer look at Microsoft's Word Flow keyboard on iOS, the company's attempt at recreating the Windows phone typing experience (which is very good) elsewhere. By all accounts it was very good and actually went ...and more »

Microsoft pulls Word Flow keyboard for iOS, directing users to SwiftKey - GeekWire

Microsoft has pulled the Word Flow keyboard, an app designed to bring typing capabilities from the Windows Phone to iOS. The app has been pulled from the iOS store, and a Microsoft site dedicated to experimental projects encourages users to download ...and more »

Microsoft dumps iOS Word Flow keyboard in favor of SwiftKey - CNET

Word Flow for iOS is a goner. Microsoft. Microsoft has killed off the Windows Phone keyboard it released for Apple's mobile operating system a year ago. Word Flow -- described by Microsoft as a "blazing fast keyboard" for "one-handed typing" -- has ...and more »

Microsoft starts shipping its own keyboard with built-in Windows Hello sign-in - ZDNet

Microsoft has begun shipping its previously announced new keyboard with built-in Windows Hello fingerprint sign-in. mshellofingerprintsensor.jpg. The Microsoft Modern Keyboard with Fingerprint ID enables Windows 10 users to sign into Windows devices ...and more »

Microsoft Ends Word Flow Keyboard 'Experiment,' Pushes SwiftKey - AppAdvice

Microsoft has closed down its Word Flow Keyboard app for iOS. The app first launched in 2015. The Windows maker encourages users to switch to SwiftKey. Word Flow, which got its start on Windows Phone, featured “Arc Mode,” allowing one-hand typing. The ...and more »

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 ...and more »

Microsoft Kills Word Flow, Will Focus on SwiftKey - Thurrott.com (blog)

Microsoft will finally consolidate its mobile keyboards into a single solution. Which will, of course, be SwiftKey. “The Word Flow experiment is now complete!” the WordFlow website jauntily reveals. “We encourage you to download the SwiftKey Keyboard ...and more »

Microsoft Word Flow Keyboard for iPhone Removed From App Store - NDTV

Microsoft has removed the Windows Phone keyboard from App Store and is now encouraging iPhone users to download the SwiftKey Keyboard. "The 'Word Flow' experiment is now complete! We encourage you to download the SwiftKey Keyboard from the App Store ...and more »