Hub Keyboard is a third-party keyboard app developed by Microsoft for mobile devices, a couple of months ago, the company launched Hub keyboard for Android devices. Today Microsoft officially launched the Hub Keyboard app for iOS on the App Store.
Early in February, Microsoft spent $250 million acquired SwiftKey, which is widely regarded as the most promising keyboard developer. So today’s release is clearly a matter of course.
Hub Keyboard for iOS also allows users to directly copy something from the clipboard and search for files and contacts directly from Office 365.
Hub Keyboard using Microsoft favored fonts instead of Apple’s San Francisco font, so it seems a bit out of place. Similar with the Android version, Hub Keyboard for iOS allows you to view the clipboard history, search, share documents and insert contacts from Office 365, but the difference is, Android version has a “history list” feature that allows users to Select the contents previously copied for paste, while the iOS version can only copy and paste the latest contents. In collaboration with the Office 365, Hub Keyboard for Android has a real-time translation feature, iOS not yet.