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Old 06-21-2012, 11:39 PM
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Default Swype beta features a new look, learning keyboard, next word prediction, and more

Swype, the popular keyboard replacement app on Android, has released a public beta of the next version. This beta brings a fresh new look to the app and promises to turn Swype into a four-in-one keyboard, thanks to the ability to swap on the fly between the appís trademark Swype feature, predictive text input using XT9, voice dictation using Dragon, and handwriting.

The app now includes Nuance XT9 technology, allowing it to predict which word youíll use next. It gets smarter with use, but it will learn even faster by scanning your emails, texts, and posts. Additionally, Swype will now sync your voice and text dictionaries, as well as allow you to edit the default dictionary. Swype also now includes support for more than 55 languages.

Nuance has engineered the Swype beta to work side-by-side with preinstalled version of Swype, so you donít have to worry about losing your current installation. Do you like using Swype, or do you prefer the default keyboard or another third-party solution?

[Swype via Engadget]
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