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Mobile Minutes: Microsoft’s iOS keyboard; Facebook’s camera app; Chrome OS and apps; Bitcoin in the EU

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April 26, 2016

Microsoft's new iOS keyboard

Microsoft’s new iOS keyboard

Microsoft’s new iOS keyboard might be a single-handed typist’s dream
Called Word Flow, the new Windows Phone-esque keyboard lets you tap or swipe to type, and it also includes customizable, arc-shaped keyboards for ergonomic single-handed typing.
Read more on CNET

Facebook’s working on another standalone camera app to get users to share more
Facebook is developing a standalone camera app to encourage users to take and share more photos and videos, sources tell The Wall Street Journal’s Deepa Seetharaman.
Read more on Business Insider

Google’s Chrome OS may soon get more than a million new apps
Google may be preparing to bring its big Android mobile app store, Google Play, to its desktop operating system, Chrome OS.
Read more on Fortune

A bitcoin exchange just got approval to operate across the EU
This morning, Bitstamp announced that it has received a license from the Luxembourg Ministry of Finance to operate as a payment institution, and according to the company, this license applies to the European Union as a whole.
Read more on Wired

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