Microsoft's head of Windows Experience caught tweeting from an iPhone... Ah makes sense lol. Even the execs are preparing to jump the WP shit , I mean ship lol
Emerax, 26 Jan 2016I don't think apple users are using custom anything. because when typing involve password , they will turn back to normal KB
The fanout idea seems interesting. It seems more natural to move my thumb like this, I wonder if any android keyboards have that?
I am now wondering if anything unique is still left about my Lumia device.
Looks really good, I can't wait to try it, it would be unbeatable with Swype. The lower right corner looks to have some useful space too.
I was Microsoft fun but I think they must work hard if they want to be part of us
AnonD-362866, 26 Jan 2016Microsoft likes iOS not Android ;) they support it in some ways at least loleven google like ios
Huh Well done 😊 now i am just waiting for halo5 to run 4k/60fps on a ps4. Good job Microsoft
Fleksy. Not a swype keyboard but it is blazing fast! I keep returning to it all the time. The autocorrect accuracy is crazy accurate! Almost belonging to mind reading territory. Highly recommend.
Swiftkey has became slow lately even on Android. But there are better alternative.
AnonD-411799, 26 Jan 2016its nothing cooler. just another swype keyboard. android had 5-6 years ago. dont know about ios.What is the name of the KB that Microsoft copied from? I like to use it.
mir, 26 Jan 2016Good for microsoft. They should provide full support for their apps on android and iOS and jus... moreWhile you're not wrong, I don't want Windows to die out. Gotta love that interface so much.
Good for microsoft. They should provide full support for their apps on android and iOS and just ditch the WP OS altogether. They will make much more money and not suffer any losses from hardware that does not sell well.
AnonD-411799, 26 Jan 2016its nothing cooler. just another swype keyboard. android had 5-6 years ago. dont know about ios.yeah..sure.. what ever... android did it first... apple copy , microsoft copy... what now ? android already have touch screen 10 years ago ?