Word Flow Keyboard for iOS v2.0 updated has received a very significant update today which contains a number of new features for people to play around with.
The Word Flow app – a Microsoft Garage project opens up a whole new world of things to do with your phone’s keyboard, along with countless customization options.
The Word Flow keyboard has been well received since its launch on iOS, receiving mostly five star reviews, with an average of four stars. This update release further the feature disparity between Word Flow keyboard on Windows 10 Mobile and Word Flow for iOS.
Among others included in the list of changes are GIF support, new themes for users to choose from.
Here’s what’s new in Word Flow 2.0 for iOS:
Search for GIFs, images, and emojis to better express yourself
Find Contacts – when you need to share that person’s phone number
Look up restaurants, news, videos, facts, weather forecasts, and much more
New predictions, including GIFs: icons that show up as you type along with word suggestions that can help you express yourself better.
Other improvements/fixes include:
Control the cursor placement with 3D Touch
Accuracy improvements, particularly around space bar, and in arc mode
Support for iOS Text Replacement function
You can download Word Flow for iOS at App Store.
Microsoft Flow lets you connect your important emails to send a text message upon receipt or add Twitter leads to your CRM. With addition of more new applications and programs supporting Flow, the limit is endless.
You can get started instantly from the home page. Set up what you need through one-step simple tasks or multi-step complex tasks. Or jump right in with the multitude of previously created templates.
Here are some services and applications connecting to Flow:
Microsoft Flow is also available on the go with their mobile counterparts.
Apart, the iOS version is available as full release while the Android Microsoft Flow application is still in beta.
Both the apps allow you to enable/disable and monitor the Flow activity such as successes and failures.