How messaging apps are eating your keyboard


Pieter Walraven is the co-founder of Pie, a Singapore-based startup building messaging for work. Typing: the final frontier. These are the voyages of mobile’s killer app, messaging. Its mission: to explore strange new ways of communicating, to seek out new workflows, and to boldly cannibalize one of the oldest input methods known to man, the keyboard. Besides being subject of a high-stake platform war involving all major tech behemoths, messaging apps – used by billions every day and still growing in popularity – are gradually taking center stage in the accelerating shift away from typing. But before diving into how…

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