Touch-screen keyboards were quite a relief when they were first introduced. We could finally bid adieu to those not-so-good-looking QWERTY keypads. As the time passed, we also missed our old handset keyboard as inbuilt keys. Though they were easy to use, they were not always convenient, especially while working with apps. With the Microsoft Hub Keyboard, you will no longer have to keep switching between these apps.
Microsoft Hub Keyboard is an app released for Android devices which will help you to stay way from frequently switching between apps especially while in between a conversation or drafting emails or text messages. Once you download Microsoft Hub Keyboard app, you can easily copy paste information, search, as well as share documents and contact information. You can also “instantly translate parts of messages” in another language with the help of this keyboard. This Android Keyboard app is a brain child of Steve Won, a senior designer on the Office team. About
Microsoft Hub Keyboard, is the brain child of Steve Won, a senior designer on the Office team. In a post published on the official Microsoft Blog, he wrote:
“Personally I don’t like switching between apps to do different things on my smartphone. But all these different apps on a smartphone, they have to conform to rules of a keyboard and that got me thinking about the project as an interesting idea I wanted to explore more. We’re giving users a wider gamut of tools.” He further said, “I may be in a text message conversation, then have to jump to contacts for a phone number. Rather than forcing users to switch between apps, we bring those apps to them”