Microsoft's Word Flow QWERTY for iOS appears in video



Back in January, we showed you a picture of  the one-handed operation mode for Microsoft's Word Flow QWERTY for iOS. At the time, there wasn't any word on when the app would be available. While Microsoft has yet to provide a date for the release of this app, we could be getting closer to its release. Microsoft has started closed beta testing of the Word Flow Windows Phone keyboard.

Only a limited number of testers have access to the QWERTY at present, and one of the testers has produced a video of the keyboard in action. The video reveals the one-handed Arc mode along with the default look of the QWERTY.

The Word Flow Windows Phone Keyboard offers both standard typing and a swipe to type feature similar to Swype. Auto correction and word prediction are also features of the QWERTY. And users can enable or disable the process of sending keyboard usage information to Microsoft. You might be concerned about sending your usage info to Redmond, but by doing so it improves how well word prediction works on the app.

You can check out the video showing the keyboard in action, by clicking on the video found at the top of this article.

source: MacRumors (1), (2)

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