Microsoft Just Killed This App for Apple’s iPhone and iPad

There's currently one less advanced console for Apple iPhone and iPad clients to look over for writing instant messages and messages.

Microsoft (MSFT) is never again refreshing its Word Flow computerized console for iOS-fueled cell phones, as per Microsoft.

The application, which appeared in April, 2016, was made by Microsoft's Garage look into group to make it simpler to enter message on iPhones and iPads, including a mode that let individuals compose messages utilizing just a single hand. The group included auto-right and auto-finish highlights that it felt were superior to Apple's own particular advanced console.

"The Word Flow test is currently entire!" Microsoft said in a refreshed item depiction for Word Flow on Monday that was spotted by tech news site WindowsCentral.

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Microsoft is currently encouraging individuals who visit the Word Flow item page to rather download its SwiftKey advanced console for iOS gadgets. The application is accessible through Apple's (AAPL) online application store.

Microsoft is deserting its Word Flow application after it purchased the organization behind the SwiftKey in February 2016 at an undisclosed cost. At the time, The Financial Times revealed that Microsoft paid $250 million for the London-based startup.

Microsoft said it would procure the greater part of SwiftKey's representatives and that it would consolidate SwiftKey's innovation that can foresee what individuals need to sort into its different items in order to accelerate the time it takes to compose messages.

It's misty what number of individuals had downloaded the Word Flow iOS application, yet it's probably going to have been a modest number contrasted with SwiftKey. SwiftKey claims that its application has been downloaded to 300 million cell phones, including the two iOS and Android gadgets, as indicated by the item's website.SwitfKey's Android application appeared in 2010, trailed by arrival of the iOS application in 2014.
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