Microsoft to Remove Windows Phone Keyboard and Swiftkey Keyboard Is Coming:
Microsoft has recently added Windows Phone Keyboard for the iPhone users a year ago, but Microsoft has recently announced that they are removing this from the App Store.
Instead of this, they are asking users to use to new Swiftkey Keyboard for iPhone according to Support Note spotted by Windows Central. “The Word Flow” experiments are complete.
Microsoft has tested numbers of iOS keyboards. And it now appears the company is focusing solely on Swiftkey after acquiring the app last year.
The Windows Phone Keyboard was so easy to use and it can controlled with left or right hand. But the changes are being made to ease the user. We haven’t seen a major change in Swiftkey except for a Swiftmoji an emoji predictor in July last year.
Swiftkey Keyboard uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) which used to automatically learn your writing style. Also including emojis you want to use or love to use in your daily talk. It also supports “3D Touch.”
The Microsoft’s Swiftkey now competes against the likes of Google’s Gboard Keyboard and other Android and iOS keyboards.