Microsoft kills off its Word Flow keyboard, promotes SwiftKey instead

Microsoft kills off its Word Flow keyboard, promotes SwiftKey instead

Microsoft kills off its Word Flow keyboard, promotes SwiftKey instead

Microsoft's SwiftKey keyboard competes against Google's Gboard keyboard and a slew of other Android and iOS keyboards.

This is according to a support note found by Windows Central that reads, "The Word Flow experiment is now complete!" Microsoft originally planned to "integrate SwiftKey technology with our Guinness World Record Word Flow technology for Windows" but then chose to bring Word Flow's features to SwiftKey. Microsoft said in an updated product description for Word Flow on Monday that was spotted by tech news site WindowsCentral.

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It also makes use of artificial intelligence to predict the next word based on previous messages which the company believes would be a big success among Apple users. We'll continue to develop SwiftKey's market-leading keyboard apps for Android and iOS as well as explore scenarios for the integration of the core technology across the breadth of our product and services portfolio. It doesn't, however, offer Arc Mode which means Word Flow's killer feature is-at least for now-gone if you didn't already have it installed. The keyboard is going to be Microsoft's go to for anyone that is looking for a new keyboard layout. Moreover, the developers recommend those who used Word Flow on their iOS devices to go ahead and download SwiftKey instead. Turns out, it was an "experiment", an experiment that is now "complete," and you need to switch to a new keyboard. Let us know in the comments.

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