Microsoft Kills Word Flow Keyboard for iPhone


Unlike Word Flow, neither of these keyboards will squeeze to one side for one-handed typing (for that you'll need Fleksy or Minuum).

There's now one less digital keyboard for Apple iPhone and iPad users to choose from for typing text messages and emails. They also said that their Word Flow experiment as a Garage project is now complete and they would be all the feedbacks received for the Flow technology in their Swiftkey keyboard app on iOS.

Microsoft is abandoning its Word Flow app after it bought the company behind the SwiftKey in February 2016 for an undisclosed price. We encourage you to download the SwiftKey Keyboard from the App Store.

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I'm pleased to announce that Microsoft has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire SwiftKey, whose highly rated, highly engaging SwiftKey software keyboard and SDK powers more than 300 million Android and iOS devices. The Word Flow application on the Apple app store has already been removed by MS and the direct link to the app in the app store no longer works.

For the most part, SwiftKey is better, smoother, more reliable and accurate than Word Flow. Those are impressive results for an app that launched initially on Android in 2010 and arrived on iOS less than two years ago.

But it was always meant to be an experiment and now, according to its product page, that experiment is "complete".