an app for Android and iOS
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Isn’t it painful to switch between apps just to complete your routine tasks? Hub Keyboard lets you stay in context by bringing information from different services to your fingertips and help complete your tasks faster. Go back to history of clips you’ve copied, search for and share document links from OneDrive and SharePoint, insert a person’s information, and even translate on the go. It is a hub of different extensions, and is designed to help you save time and be present in the application you are using.
- Document search
- Contact search
- Easily paste what you copied
- Translate what you type (Android only)
- Search the web and share URLs (Android only)
Meet the team
"What if all the information you need is at your fingertips, in any application?"
Steve Won, Benny Chau, Nishadi Kolonne, Sunmin Chung, Elmar Langholz, Jason Kim, Jignesh Panchal
Hub Keyboard team
Redmond, Bellevue, and San Francisco
Isn’t it painful to switch between apps on your phone to do copy and paste on simple tasks? What if everything that you needed were at your fingers, in any application you are typing in? Since the keyboard is available across the entire system, it can surface the things you need anywhere. With different information being available from the keyboard, users are no longer forced to jump between apps to do things such as sharing a contact info. This project began as Steve Won’s side project in March 2015, and it’s grown into a cross-team effort with engineers and designers from across the company. It’s been an amazing journey, and we are excited to share with you what we’ve been building.
To start, we’ve focused on providing value with a clipboard, document search for OneDrive and SharePoint, contacts search, and translate functionality built into the keyboard. In the coming weeks, a number of new features will also be introduced. We are very excited to hear your feedback, and evolve the product to help you be more productive.