Swype has just been updated and the list of improvements is rather healthy! Come in and check out all there is to know about the latest features and fixes.
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Dragon is bringing its popular Swype keyboard and Dragon Mobile Assistant to smartwatches for those who want another way to input text on their smartwatch. Read on for more!
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After a successful crowdfunding campaign, the novel keyboard app Minuum is now available to the general public for $3.99.
Swype is finally out of beta and is now available for download from the Google Play Store for just $0.99.
The latest for Swype for Android, which is still the beta version, introduces Advanced Language Models for Hindi and Belgium Dutch, along with a host of other bug fixes and improvements.
A new version of Swype is out and this one has a new feature called Living Language. Swype Living Language uses crowdsourcing to find new trending words and adds them to the keyboard’s dictionary.
We still have no idea when Android 4.2 Jelly Bean will be rolled out to existing Nexus devices, but at least we can tell you that an early version of the new keyboard app found inside Google’s latest Android update is now available to download for devices running Ice Cream Sandwich or higher.