Microsoft has rolled out Word Flow for iOS, allowing those with an iPhone or iPad at hand to install the company's keyboard. Previously available in testing phases, this handy keyboard app will enable you to take advantage of various features, including one-handed mode.
Not only can Word Flow predict what you're tapping or swiping, but it's also intelligent enough to suggest words, correct spelling mistakes and be customized to suit your own tastes. As noted already, one highlight feature is the ability to switch to Arc mode, which allows for effortless one-handed typing.
You'll be able to download Word Flow from the App Store, but do note that it appears to be available in the U.S. only.
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