Microsoft will bring its Word Flow keyboard to Android and iOS Platforms

By Sudhiir

Microsoft's Word Flow Keyboard has been limited to its availability to Windows Phones. The Flow Keyboard has a reputation for its fast typing allowing users to type very fast when it is used.

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The famed keyboard of Windows phones is about to come to Android and iOS devices and will also be bought to other products from Microsoft where it can be used.

Microsoft will bring its Word Flow keyboard to Android and iOS
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Microsoft is reported beta-testing the Flow keyboard as part of the Windows Insider program. The email regarding the Word Flow keyboard has been sent to those part of the Windows Insider program. The email states that the company is extending the Word Flow experience to other platforms starting with iOS.

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The keyboard is initially will make its debut on iOS, a non-Windows platform before its heads to the Android platform. The keyboard is famed for the fast typing experience that it has to offer. However, the Word Flow keyboard is expected to come with come tweaks to suit the iOS and Android platforms.

While several keyboard apps offer a great experience, Microsoft has said that the Word Flow keyboard broke the Guinness book of World record for the "fastest texting". While some Windows phone users may not very impressed with Microsoft's decision of extending the same to iOS and Android users, the Word Flow keyboard is only evident of the kind of products that Microsoft is known for building.

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