But, like with other Microsoft Garage endeavors, that is not always enough to keep it alive.
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The Word Flow experiment is now complete!
Microsoft has shuttered its Word Flow keyboard for iOS, made popular by its one-handed mode in which the keyboard was laid out in an arc ... Microsoft originally planned to "integrate SwiftKey technology with our Guinness World Record Word Flow technology for Windows" but then chose to bring Word Flow's features to SwiftKey. As you'd expect, the direct Apple App Store link for Word Flow no longer works. Either way though, it's sad to see Word Flow go. Microsoft said in an updated product description for Word Flow on Monday that was spotted by tech news site WindowsCentral. If you have the app installed on your iOS devices then you can keep using it as Microsoft has removed it from the Store. The keyboard is going to be Microsoft's go to for anyone that is looking for a new keyboard layout. You may remember that Microsoft purchased SwiftKey early past year, so it's possible (even likely) that we'll eventually see some of Word Flow's unique elements incorporated into the popular keyboard. The company had earlier gone through experimenting and assessing several options before zeroing in on the SwiftKey keyboard.