Apr 26, 2013

Swype keyboard is now out of beta, available on playstore for $0.99

Swype a keyboard app for mobiles, developed by Naunce, the company which as earlier developed the t9 dictionary for mobiles is finally out of the beta tag and is available for download from the playstore for $0.99

The beta version was released way back in March 2010. Nearly 3 years later, the app is out of beta stage.
Swype allows users to use swipe across the keyboard to type out words, instead of individually pressing each letter. Swype technology enables users to input words faster and easier than other data input methods at over 40 words per minute.

Swype supports about 60 languages and 20 dialects. The SWYPE Living Language crowd-sources and updates your dictionary with the latest trending words. Basically all the words and phrases that are ‘in’ will be stored in your phone’s dictionary. It also has an additional dialect supplement for your preferred language.
Dragon dictation lets users to convert voice to text so that user can be hands free.
Swype is available for android, Symbian, MeeGo and windows 7

to know more about Swype and to download, visit http://www.swype.com/