by James Tromans, 2 years ago
No sooner than the HTC EVO 4G updates were halted by Sprint, the network operator has begun rolling them out yet again. To refresh your memories, the update comes direct from HTC and includes ‘improvements…
If you haven’t heard of Swype, shame on you. Swype is an input method for touchscreens developed by Swype Inc. Swype was first commercially available on the Samsung Omnia II for Windows Mobile, but since then it has seen significant adoption amoung Android phones. According to a recent press release Swype is able to boast some impressive figures, so impressive we thought we should share them with you here.
I use Swype as my preferred method of input on my Samsung Galaxy S and when I show my non-techy iPhone user friends, they want to to switch to Android just for this method of keyboard entry. I do explain that Swype is probably coming to the iPhone, but people are impatient, you know?
[Source: Android Community]