Swype has been relatively quiet since it was acquired by Nuance Communications, but have now come out of the woodwork to release the next-generation Swype Keyboard. The update promises to take the Swype keyboard to the next level, with better word prediction, the addition of a personal dictionary, support for 55 different languages, and four ... Read More »
Back in early February, the Swype Twitter account announced an update to the ever-popular alternative keyboard would be coming soon. At the time, Swype didn’t say what the update would include. I reached out to them on Twitter for more details, and they confirmed that the update planned would indeed include ... Read More »
Everyday thousands of phones are sent home with Swype as the default keyboard. As far as innovative replacement keyboards for Android go, none have been quite as popular as Swype. Others have tried, but so far no one can match the speed, accuracy and natural feeling Swype provides. In the battle for kingship, it looks ... Read More »
Rumors about a T-Mobile branded HTC Wildfire S have been floating around for a bit. Fortunately, T-Mobile has decided to clear up the rumors. They’ve announced the HTC Wildfire S will be landing on T-Mobile USA later this summer. Specs for the T-Mobile HTC Wildfire S match up with the European version of the phone quite ... Read More »
If you have over-sized fingers like me, you’re probably a big fan of Swype. For those of us who like the alternative keyboard, Swype is really a life saver. That’s why I’m happy to tell you that it is now getting even better.
The guys and gals behind the popular keyboard just ... Read More »
Most new Android phones now come pre-installed with the alternative keyboard Swype, but there is a large portion of users that have never tried it. Swype is not available for sale in the Android Market, so the only way to get it is through their beta program that is offered every couple of ... Read More »
Continuing our mutli-video series with the Samsung Galaxy Tab, we’re back today with a look at Swype and the stock keyboard. Typing on the 7 inch screen was a breeze, but both text entry options had strengths and weaknesses.
Swype is a great keyboard but overall I think it comes down to personal ... Read More »
Samsung’s Epic 4G still does not have an official release date, but Sprint is hoping to appease some eager customers with a teaser site for the new handset. The new site allows you to sign up for email updates on the Epic 4G while also giving you a glimpse of what the handset will have ... Read More »
Update: The new Swype beta is now open to anyone for the next couple of days. Sign up now if you want to try it out.
Swype is a fairly popular keyboard input application that is changing the way we type on our touchscreen devices. Instead of tapping keys similar to a QWERTY keyboard, users can swipe their fingers over the keys and the application will predict which word you were trying to type. In my initial tests of this application, ... Read More »