Hub Keyboard (from Microsoft)


Isn’t it painful to switch between apps just to complete your routine on-the-go tasks?

Hub Keyboard, a Microsoft Garage project, lets you stay in context by bringing information from different services to your fingertips and help complete
your tasks faster. Sign in with your Office 365 work or school account to unlock access to more information.

Use Hub Keyboard when you need:
• Clipboard: Easily insert one of your recently copied items
• Documents: Grab and share URLs of Office 365 documents in OneDrive and SharePoint
• Contacts: Share information of...

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Other Comments: 

This keyboard without a doubt, does have its share of unlabeled buttons, just like most Microsoft apps, especially those from the "Microsoft Garage." With that said, one would do well to label those buttons and have another alternative keyboard to use. Just below letter L, is the "backspace" or "delete" button, to the right of the "comma", is the "Go" or "Done" button, (give it whatever label you like. To the left of the Spacebar on the left, is the "Voice inuput, and to the left of the "Voice Input", is the Symbols button that will say "1 2 3", and tapping on that puts you in a symbols mode, and tapping on it toggles to "letter mode" and that button will now say, "A B C". Long-pressing a letter results in a number or whatever symbol the ltter has associated with it. The keyboard only operates in a "double-tap" to input text. I haven't found a "lift-to-type" yet. Consequenltly, this keyboard doesn't have an "auto-correct that I have found. When using the "voice dictation," the "done button is just above the "Home key" and it is labeled as "done."