A month ago in February, Microsoft had launched Microsoft Hub Keyboard for Android. Now, the company has just made the app available in the iOS platform as well. It is available for download from iTunes on your iPad or iPod touch or iPhone.
Microsoft Hub Keyboard is compatible with iOS devices that runs on iOS 9.1 or above versions, is available for free and supports only English currently. It all looks like the app is available only in UK and UK. For those of you who rely on regional languages, Microsoft is working on bringing in more languages and countries very soon.
The app is known for its sharing features that helps the users to share files such as the contacts and office 365 documents, in addition to allowing to insert copied text and all without having to leave the app.
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Microsoft Hub Keyboard is the second keyboard from the family of Microsoft as the company had acquired the SwiftKey Keyboard which is available on both iOS and Android.
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