Microsoft dumps iOS Word Flow keyboard in favor of SwiftKey
Cheerio, Word Flow. You've been overwritten.
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Microsoft has killed off the Windows Phone keyboard it released for Apple's mobile operating system a year ago.
Word Flow -- described by Microsoft as a "blazing fast keyboard" for "one-handed typing" -- has been pulled from Apple's App Store. Microsoft is suggesting people switch to its SwiftKey Keyboard app instead.