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Microsoft Launches “Word Flow” to Make One-Handed Texting Easier to iOS

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Microsoft Launches “Word Flow” to Make One-Handed Texting Easier to iOS

Microsoft is bringing a little bit touch of its Windows Phone to iOS. The company launched a new keyboard app for iOS to make it easy to text with just one hand. Microsoft’s Word Flow App is now allowed for iOS user to tap or swipe to type following the “Arc mode”. Now the iPhone users can tap or swipe to spell things out, which Word Flow will predict, what you’re trying to type and auto-correct mistakes.

Microsoft Launches “Word Flow” to Make One-Handed Texting Easier to iOS

The efficiency can be increased by using the latest feature more and more. With the excessive use of keyboard it learns and gets better at predicting text and words. It also gets synchronized with your phone contacts so it can try to predict names even faster. Users can also customize the keyboard background with an image of their choice that comes with the keyboard.

Microsoft Launches “Word Flow” to Make One-Handed Texting Easier

The best part is the one-handed keyboard option which is designed for people who have a hard time reaching their thumb across an iPhone display, the keyboard curves into an arc to bring every key into reach.

Let’s not forget the Microsoft previously released keyboard for iPhone called the Hub Keyboard. Unfortunately, it was not a very good keyboard.  So with the Microsoft’s Word Flow App the users will be able to type fast and mistake-free, using just their thumb.