Microsoft’s latest iOS keyboard can help you stop dropping your phone
Weeks in the wake of discharging its Hub keyboard for iOS, Microsoft has dropped another. The Word Flow console is accessible today in the US App Store and is intended to make writing on-the-run a very simple task when using your phone with one hand.
Like the Windows Phone keyboard, clients of the Word Flow console can tap and swipe words, which can be faster than conventional writing.
The one-handed feature, called Arc mode, likewise makes the console an extraordinary alternative for anybody (myself included) who battles to walk and sort in the meantime or more than once falls over while attempting to hold the telephone and tweet at the same time on the bus. It works by moving the keyboard to one corner of the screen in a semi-round shape so you don’t need to extend your thumb to sort and risk losing your grasp on the telephone.
Furthermore, in case you’re truly into keyboards, you can likewise tweak the color and make the foundation a photo of yourself, your feline or whatever you favor.
Along these lines, in case you’re everlastingly dropping your iPhone or tired of Apple’s arbitrary Auto correct proposals, Microsoft figures Word Flow could be precisely what you requirement for quicker and more smart writing.