Registrations Are Open For Microsoft’s Word Flow Keyboard For IPhone

Posted: Apr 17 2016, 9:53am CDT | by , Updated: Apr 17 2016, 9:07pm CDT, in News


 Registrations Are Open For Microsoft’s Word Flow Keyboard For iPhone

The information that Microsoft is planning to bring its famous Windows Phone/Mobile Word Flow keyboard to Apple’s iOS is something that has been really catching lately.

The information was almost out when Windows Insider Program members were made part of their closed doors software beta testing.

However beta testers are now to be recruited as the position has come up now for the bigger scale testing of the same.

This was seen as a new signup page evolved to maintain a database of existing iPhone owners who would try the new Word Flow keyboard through it.

The sign up is the first phase of the process in order to bring the keyboard to a wider field while it has been clearly stated that it is still in its closed beta release phase which is still being tested.

The company has also been eager at having those email addresses who would be interested for a complete testing of the keyboard before making it available to those who signed up for it.

The working flow of the keyboard can be seen with the help of a 29 second video which has also been put up on their website.

The keyboard keys shall instantly jump to the left or right according to the person being left handed or a righty with larger phone also having a one handed keyboard approach.

Other features include continuous text swiping, in built dictionary as well as its blazing fast text entry speed. For those who love fusing with third party apps, the distinct feature of free backgrounds and themes in addition to great efficiency and power is the best that they would enjoy.

The tentative date for the public launch is not up yet but the fact that the database is already being worked on could indicate a sooner release.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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