Microsoft WordFlow Keyboard Released For iOS

Microsoft WordFlow Keyboard - iOS Version
Microsoft WordFlow Keyboard - iOS Version

Microsoft has released its excelled WordFlow keyboard to the iPhone today. The WordFlow keyboard is one of the best things about Windows Mobile, but by releasing it to the iPhone, Microsoft has simply changed the equation.

The new iOS version will let you tap or swipe to type out words and intelligently predict words for sentences, just like the Windows Phone variant. This app that is only available in the US App Store shows how someone can make good use of Apple’s third-party keyboard APIs.

Just like the Windows Phone variant, the iOS version also offers intelligent word prediction and allows users tap or swipe to type out words just like its Windows Phone variant. The more you use the keyboard, the more it learns and gets better at predicting text over time. It also looks at your phone contacts so it can try to predict names even faster.

Microsoft’s iPhone version of Word Flow includes some extra additions that are not available on Windows Phone. You can customize the keyboard background with your own image, and there is a one-handed mode. The one-handed mode lets you swipe or tap out words by moving the keyboard to the side in an arc shape, and it is particularly useful if you own the larger iPhone 6S Plus.

Unfortunately, Apple still does not allow any other keyboards when typing passwords, so the reverting to the original keyboard is still there. Surprisingly, this is not Microsoft’s first keyboard for iOS. The Redmond based company as already released a special hub keyboard for the iPhone recently, designed to let users quickly access files and contacts directly from the keyboard.

If you live in the USA, you should definitely try the WordFlow keyboard, as it is much better than Apple’s default keyboard.



Raja Rajan

Raja is obsessed with technology and Cricket for as long as he can remember. Nowadays he work as a freelance developer and writer for

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2 Responses

  1. yake says:

    wow looks good. any plan for the same keyboard availability to Android :))))))