Latest Swype Beta to Ease the Pain of Future Betas
Oct 20, 2011, 3:11 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Swype today announced beta 3.26 of its Android keyboard software. The major new feature is that it will allow users to install future Swype beta updates without forcing them to re-register on the web site each time. Users can update from one beta to the next directly from their device after being notified of its availability. Swype beta 3.26 also drops support for Android 1.6 and devices with WQVGA displays. Other changes include better control over languages, a refreshed keyboard design, and redesigned settings tools. The beta is free.
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