Microsoft has been quite busy lately, porting, upgrading and modifying its apps.
Microsoft Garage has released the free Hub Keyboard app for iOS, two months after the Android version was let loose into the wild. The app goes for a minimalistic look, letting users search their OneDrive files and drop links instantly in chat messages or copy-paste contact information by linking the user’s address book.
Adding another nail in the Adobe Flash coffin, Microsoft is adding a feature to the Edge browser that will automatically pause unnecessary flash content displayed on a webpage. This includes items like advertisements and animations, activating only when a user clicks on them.
Microsoft Outlook on Android and iOS is also about to receive a major update, with the company integrating Evernote, Facebook and Wunderlist to the Outlook Calendar, allowing users to import data from them. More websites are to follow in the near future.