There are several third-party keyboards like GBoard or SwiftKey which make typing amazingly easy on iPhone and iPad. With the ability to let you type quickly, effortlessly and accurately, the custom keyboards are indeed the hot-cakes on iOS devices, aren’t they?
The one keyboard app that has captivated me a lot recently is Microsoft’s Word Flow. The biggest selling point of this handy iOS keyboard app is the Arc mode for ergonomic one-handed typing. When you are typing or swiping, the keyboard app predicts and quickly corrects the mistake.
How Get the Best One-Handed Swiping Keyboard for iPhone and iPad
Step #1. First up, you have to download and install Word Flow on your iOS device. Once it’s successfully installed on your device, launch Settings app. Then, Tap on General.
Step #2. Next, you need to tap on Keyboard. Tap on Keyboards again.
Step #3. Now, you will have to select “Add New Keyboard”. Next, you will see the list of third-party keyboards. Tap on Word Flow to select it.
Step #4. Word Flow has now been added to the list of usable keyboards.
Do you want to give this keyboard full access in order to let it track what you type and suggest words accordingly? Then tap on it.
Step #5. Finally, you will have to toggle the switch next to “Allow Full Access”.
That’s it! Now, access the keyboard through any app, switch to it as usual and enjoy the one-handed typing experience. I’m sure you would love going full tilt onto it.
How to Set Word Flow as the Default Keyboard on iPhone/iPad
If you like this fabulous keyboard a lot, you can set it as your default option.
Step #1. Open Settings app on your iPhone.
Step #2. Tap on General → Keyboard → Keyboards.
Step #3. Now, you need to tap on Edit from the top right corner.
Step #4. Next up, drag the keyboard, which you want to set as the default option, to the top of the list.
Step #5. Finally, you will have to tap on Done at the top right.
How to Remove Word Flow from the List of Keyboards on iPhone/iPad
If you ever get bored with this keyboard and no longer want to use it, you can get rid of it quite easily.
Step #1. Follow all the steps from 1 to 3 mentioned right above.
Step #2. Now, either tap on the red minus button or swipe left from right on the keyboard you want to delete.
Step #3. Tap on Delete.
Step #4. Finally, tap on Done from the at the top right corner.
What’s your take on Word Flow? How handy is it? Shoot your views in the comments below