Swype has updated its Android app with new Star Trek themes and emoji keyboards. A total of 19 themes based on Star Trek properties including The Original Series, Next Generation, Enterprise and more have been added.
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Swype Keyboard has updated Android app with several new features. The latest update bumps up Swype Keyboard app to version 1.9 and adds features like easier number entry, two-word phrase prediction and more
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SwiftKey for iOS added support for four more languages yesterday. Following its footsteps, Swype Keyboard has also added 16 new languages. The popular third party keyboard from Nuance now supports a total of 20 languages.
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With the announcement of iOS 8, Apple as usual brought to its mobile platform a lot of consumer centric features. An unexpected one amongst them was the ability to switch the default keyboard. After giving the application necessary permissions on your iPhone or iPad, replacement keyboards will have system wide access to all the services or applications.
This comes at a time when Apple themselves revealed a new keyboard for iOS 8 called QuickType. This new way to type essentially brings Windows Phone 8 like WordFlow prediction to iOS. Supported in 14 regions, it will bring up contextual words as you type so as to save time. Continue reading “Apple opens up iOS 8 to 3rd party keyboards, Swiftkey, Swype & Fleksy on their way”
Most Android users have tried and tested the Swype keyboard which relies on quite literally swiping your fingers across the on-screen keyboard. It uses adaptive learning capabilities and smart algorithms to type out the current word and more. Nuance today announced that keeping in mind the Indian market where users tend to mix English and Hindi while messaging, they’ve worked on a special ‘Hinglish’ keyboard. The keyboard has a dictionary of several thousand words which are often used including chai, paani, desi, garam, masti, jungli amongst others.
In addition, the application is much smarter than before due to its added capabilities like Next Word Prediction and Multi-Modal Keyboard which are detailed below.
Swype BETA for Android has been updated to version 188.8.131.52303 that brings support for Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) devices as we told earlier this month. This version also brings new features such as Swype Add-ons with DragonGo!, downloadable languages for tablets and more. Continue reading “Swype for Android update brings Android 4.0 support, Dragon Go! Add-on and more”
Swype , the extremely popular keyboard replacement for Android amongst other operating systems is getting a major update soon. The application which currently doesn’t support the latest version of Android ie ICS will include support for the OS in the latest update.
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Swyp e is a very famous app on the Android market and one of the best replacements for the stock Android keyboard. Swype can be used on various devices but the app was not updated to support devices running Android 4.0 but an XDA member – ‘theb1rdm4n’ customized Swype to work on the Galaxy Nexus. All those Galaxy Nexus users (using ICS) now have additional reasons to celebrate apart from the birth of Christ.
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We told you about the Adobe Flash Player 11 update which brings support for Android Ice Cream Sandwich. But it seems that Flash is not the only thing missing from Android ICS.
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After a few hours with the N9 in my hands, I was even more convinced (as if that was possible) of why Nokia had to make the decision to go with Windows Phone as its main Operating System. Despite the sheer joy of discovering a new OS, using and abusing the swipe gestures, and marveling at the well thought-out package between Meego and the N9’s hardware, I have to say that Meego is simply not up to par with other OSes at this point, and the N9 also comes with some terrible decisions.
I am therefore fairly certain that despite deserving its own spot in heaven, the N9, even on PR1.1, should have a special spot in hell as well. Continue reading “There’s A Special Spot In Hell For The Nokia N9”
Swype Keyboard Beta for Symbian has been updated to version 2.1 that brings Symbian Belle support and new install / uninstall experience that lets you install the app easily without any problem. They have solved all the critical issues raised on Nokia Beta for the period of last 8 weeks in the Beta Labs. This is also the last Beta release for the app before it gets graduated to the Ovi store. The previous version was 2.0 that brought portrait and split-screen text input support. Continue reading “Swype for Symbian updated to v2.1 in Nokia Beta Labs”
Sources with knowledge of the deal report that Nuance , the company behind technologies like the ubiquitous T9 input , has acquired Seattle based Swype. Swype is one of the most innovative text entry solutions to have appeared in the past few years facilitating text entry speeds capable of competing with hardware keyboards on touchscreen only devices.
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Swype for Symbian has been updated to version 2.0 in the Nokia Beta Labs. This new version brings lots of new features like portrait and split-screen text input support for Symbian Anna, predictive tap auto-correction and lots more new features that are available for Android. Continue reading “Swype for Symbian updated to v2.0 in Nokia Beta Labs”
Swype keyboard for Android has been updated to version 3.25 that bring new features like editing and application gestures, Dictionary management and Swype connect. Previous update was version 3.0 Beta that was released in June. Continue reading “Swype v3.25 update brings Gestures and Dictionary Management”
Swype, which is one of the popular text input for the Android platform, has been updated to version 3.0. This version brings most awaited tap correction feature and horizontal word choice list. This version also brings Honeycomb support. Continue reading “Swype v3.0 update brings tap correction and horizontal word choice list”