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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 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 Modern Keyboard & Mouse brings Windows Hello to any Windows PC - TWCN Tech News (blog)

Microsoft's Modern Keyboard and Mouse are now made available for sale. The premium Keyboard and Mouse come with a price tag of $129.99 and $49.99 respectively. The Modern Keyboard comes with a fingerprint reader and brings Windows Hello to any Windows ...and more »

Microsoft shutters one-handed Word Flow keyboard for iOS, points users to SwiftKey instead - 9to5Mac

The keyboard – which also offered a Swype-style keyboard with a conventional layout – was originally launched as a free app last year. It was later updated with new search and prediction features, as well as support for 3D Touch. Windows Central points ...and more »

Microsoft Closes Down 'Word Flow' Keyboard for iOS, Points Users to SwiftKey - Mac Rumors

In April of 2016, Microsoft opened up a beta test and then launched its Word Flow Windows Phone keyboard on the iOS App Store in the United States. Over a year later, some users have noticed that Microsoft has now closed down the app and removed it ...and more »

A Foolish Take: How iOS and Android Killed Windows Phone - Motley Fool

Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has dominated the PC operating system market for decades, but it has struggled to do the same with smartphones. Now, as IDC's first-quarter smartphone operating system report indicates, Microsoft's Windows Phone is officially ...and more »

Microsoft kills off its Word Flow keyboard, promotes SwiftKey instead - Neowin

After launching a so-called 'experiment' to bring the Windows Phone typing experience to other platforms; Microsoft has officially canned the project. Word Flow featured many interesting concepts, including an arc layout, which allowed you to type with ...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. Recent Video from ...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 »