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The company seems to be consolidating its virtual keyboards towards SwiftKey. The “experimental” Word Flow application is no longer available for iOS.
Microsoft's Word Flow no longer avoids swearwords, instead predicting the most common ones and introducing a number of other features.
Version 2.0 of Microsoft Word Flow sees the virtual keyboard score a number of features offered by Google’s Gboard. Bing integration is a major addition and sits alongside the service’s unique quick typing feature.
A new beta update reveals upcoming support for web, emoji and GIF search from within the application. Users can now share the resources in Word Flow without having to switch to the browser.
The Windows 10 Mobile virtual keyboard Word Flow makes its debut on Apple’s rival iOS mobile platform as a free keyboard alternative.
The well-like virtual Word Flow keyboard is currently in Beta testing for release on iOS and here are some early screenshots of the software.
Microsoft has confirmed a bug on its Word Flow keyboard and promises to be working on a fix. When using Word Flow inside text fields on websites, the keyboard doesn't always automatically add spaces between words.
Word Flow for iOS can be used with just one thumb using a rounded menu in the bottom corner as images from early testers on the beta program reveal.
We show you how to create a flowchart in Word using simple shapes and its SmartArt tool, which provides accessible flowchart templates.
The company has released eight new services for Microsoft Flow. In addition, the platform now supports Power BI data alerts.
The latest update for WordFlow on iOS allows users to search GIFs, images, and emojis. Other changes include improved search dynamics, and predictions for GIFs and icons, and 3D Touch support for cursor movements.
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