Swype Offering Beta Download for Android Phones
Mar 6, 2010, 9:19 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Swype recently began offering a beta version of its QWERTY keyboard input software. Users can download the beta version of the software for free, though the number of users Swype will allow is going to be limited at first. The software will work in English and Spanish, Swype said more languages are to come. The software will have limited features, as some of the functionality of the software requires integration from phone makers. It will support devices with HVGA and WVGA resolutions, and will only have limited end-user support (via Swype's forums). Previously, Swype was only available to handset makers, as the full version needs tweaks to be made during the manufacturing/development process. Swype allows users of touch phones to swipe their fingers across the screen to type words rather than peck at the screen with their fingertip.
|didn't work on the G1 rooted with 1.6||flip mode||
|Where can i get this???||devilsmafia||
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