Everything I try to switch to Android, I always end up going back to Windows Phone, and one of the reasons is its unique keyboard with WordFlow and the "knock knock" effect when you type.
Until now, that used to be unique to Windows Phone (even Windows 10 laptops/tablets). Microsoft has now made their keyboard available on the iPhone.
If you are an iPhone user, you can search for Microsoft Wordflow in the App store and use the Windows Phone keyboard, a feature Windows phone users used with pride, not any more.
It even has a neat curved layout for easy one handed use.
I am sure devout WP fans are bitter with this latest development, but this is yet another proof Microsoft doesn't care about Windows Phone and instead wants you to switch to either an iPhone or Android. It's becoming an easier decision to move away from WP now, even long time Windows Phone enthusiast, ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley made the switch to a Nexus 6P recently.
We wait, well I'm waiting for this keyboard to become available on Android, once it does, it will be the deal breaker I need to finally switch to Android, the HTC 10 is looking nice this time of year.