Review: GBoard and Word Flow Keyboards for iPhone
Gboard supports non-3D-touch cursor movement
I've played with both quite a bit, but this is what ultimately sold me on Gboard.
Gboard wins over Word Flow
Gboard blows Word Flow outta the water already. Who doesn't cuss? Nothing more frustrating that trying to type a cuss word and some crap predictive word pops up on Word Flow. I say go with Gboard all the way.
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Word Flow on Windows: Can swipe to numeric keyboard for single characters
For the past year, I've used Microsoft's Word Flow on a Windows Phone, now on a Windows 10 Mobile phone. Overall, I like the Word Flow keyboard even better than the Swype keyboard, although I do miss the "personal dictionary" from Swype. That said, Microsoft bought Swype, so it is expected that the best features of both Word Flow and Swype will be merged into a single Microsoft product.
Regarding Eric's comment that one has to toggle to get to the @ symbol, on Windows Phone's Word Flow at least, you can just swipe down and across the "12...