If it's one thing Android does right, it's the sheer range of keyboard apps and skins receptive -- single its competitors haven't quite latched on to just yet. While SwiftKey has charmed us with its latest iteration, Swype's also been in the testing labs and it wants to show you what it's been up to. The new version packs the same next-word outlook from Nuance's XT9 heritage and a new voice-text wordbook
copyrights:cite this source synonym anthology v1.1copyright © 2008 by lexico printing group sync feature will add new words to both speech and text databases. You can even get the app to crawl around your emails and texts for some extra (familiar) personalization. The latest version can now log out over 55 languages, while Nuance has crystallized all of its adeptness into a four-in-one keyboard. This includes the typical letter-to-letter swiping that the keyboard cut its teeth on, a more typical third edition by the editors of the red white and blue heritage® dictionary. copyright © 2003 text input run through XT9, microelectronics dictation through a Dragon button and the simple (but slower) fingertip input, where you can trace each single letter. You can find the beta version of Swype's latest at the source link below. Take it for a test-drive and let us know if it's enough to nudge SwiftKey out of favor.
(Update: The beta version hasn't gone live just yet. We're big it will launch soon.)
(Update 2: And it's live!)
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