Microsoft to Introduce Windows keyboard to iPhone with one-hand typing mode
Microsoft to Introduce Windows keyboard to iPhone with one-hand typing mode

InShortViral: Now you can type with just one hand in iOS devices. Windows keyboard will be introduced in iOS devices in coming months.

Microsoft to Introduce Windows keyboard to iPhone with one-hand typing mode

Microsoft has started conducting tests on Windows Phone Keyboard for iOS devices. The Verge also posted the image of the iPhone keyboard with one hand typing mode and also disclosed its features like one hand typing mode for larger iPhones like 6S and 6S Plus.

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Microsoft one hand typing mode

It is somewhat different from the company’s World Flow Keyboard where the keys just shift to one side. The Word Flow for iOS is look alike of Windows Phone Version. According to report, “You can access word suggestions, emoji and swipe letters to wrote out words.

Windows “World Flow” keyboard for iOS is estimated to be launched within some months and in the android version after the end of this year. This feature will not go down well with those users who are using Windows 10 Mobile. Microsoft user’s might be upset, because it is willing to introduce this version to iOS instead.

Reports on Microsoft’s work on iOS one hand typing keyboard made rounds earlier this month after Microsoft began releasing out beta invites to choose people for testing purpose. It is not clearly known when this feature will be launched publicly. According to The Verge, this feature will be rolled out within few months.

iOS devices earlier not used third party keyboards due to the issues of slowness and crashing and other bugs. It shows Microsoft’s win over providing its one handed typing keyboards to iOS users.

So, this was all about the  third party keyboard introduced by Microsoft to iOS devices. This feature will be really helpful to those users who wished to type using one hand. This is the most awaited feature for iOS users. Earlier iOS devices, were not using third party keyboards due to various security issues, now it seems Microsoft made it possible to achieve this feat.

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