IOS: Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard-Here's What to Replace It With

IOS: Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard-Here's What to Replace It With

IOS: Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard-Here's What to Replace It With

Word Flow, which got its start on Windows Phone, featured "Arc Mode", allowing one-hand typing. That made it possible to use your iPhone one-handed for typing even on the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus.

Back in 2014, Microsoft Garage came to life to test out experimental applications on Android and iOS and other platforms. In fact, visitors to the Word Flow product page on the Microsoft Garage site are encouraged to download SwiftKey from the App Store (also free), and the Word Flow team states that it will be "frequently building and evaluating new features for SwiftKey and shipping updates". You may remember that Microsoft purchased SwiftKey early past year, so it's possible (even likely) that we'll eventually see some of Word Flow's unique elements incorporated into the popular keyboard.

Microsoft is abandoning its Word Flow app after it bought the company behind the SwiftKey in February 2016 for an undisclosed price.

Microsoft has removed Word Flow from Apple's App Store, according to a support document first spotted by Windows Central.

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SwiftKey itself has been downloaded over 100 million times in the Play Store and possibly around the same for the Apple app store though numbers of how many installs don't show.

SwiftKey has always been popular with iOS users.

SwitfKey's Android app debuted in 2010, followed by release of the iOS app in 2014.

The Word Flow experiment is now complete!

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