The Rest of the Day: Microsoft’s Hub Keyboard Coming to IOS
Microsoft Garage continues to create experimental apps that are actually quite interesting and useful (their best job is a dog identification app ). And now their Hub keyboard is available on iOS.
- The Microsoft Hub Keyboard for iOS can conveniently link to your OneDrive files , give you quick clipboard access and retrieve contacts from your address book, and a number of other tricks. You probably won’t be using it as your day-to-day driver, but it’s worth checking out if you’re deeply familiar with the Office 365 ecosystem and if you’re using iOS. [The Verge]
- WordPress will soon make sure every site on the platform is using encrypted HTTPS , even if it has its own domains. You probably don’t think about it that much, even if you are a WordPress user (me!), But it’s good. [The Next Web]
- Evernote for Mac introduces a new way to navigate your notes . Just press Cmd + J and enter the title of the note or notebook you want. You can now also easily change the text size by simply pressing Cmd + plus or minus, among several other updates. [Evernote]
- Newegg will offer customer service through Facebook Messenger . This is not a bot – you can chat with support representatives during normal business hours. (Bots, however, will indeed come to Messenger, and that’s a big way to go .) [PCWorld]
- Instapaper launched an API to give developers access to the parsing tools they use to remove and format text from articles. If you are a developer who can use text tools like this, you can see their pricing plans here . [Instapaper]