Posts tagged Swype
Most of the smartphones these days come stocked with the very opopular virtual/touch screen keyboard which we all know as Swype. Nokia N8, the Finlander’s first ever Symbian 3 handset is a modern smartphone as well but sadly doesn’t come with oSwype. But as you know, there is always a workaround for situation like these. Steps to get the official Swype on your powerful N8 follows after the jump.
T-Mobile and Swype have reached a partnership agreement according to which Swype will be included in the upcoming mobile phones from T-Mobile which also includes the very sexy HTC HD2. As a matter of fact it has already been equipped in the just launched T-Mobile myTouch 3G. T-Mobile users and fans will be happy to hear this news since they will be getting a chance to use the latest and the most innovative input technology on their touch-screen devices.
You must have heard about Swype – yes a new innovative text input technology that allows you to type on your virtual on-screen keyboard without having to lift your fingers. Swype for Android has been leaked out, the preview version to be exact. The leaked Swype installer doesn’t work on just any Android phones, it works on only those smartphones which have WVGA screens, so it would work on the highly advertised Motorola Droid and the very cool Droid Eris. (Download link and setup instructions provided below)
A few days back we shared with you the news of Swype hacked for Android along with a video that showed Swype running on Droid Eris from HTC. Swype, in short is a must have typing technology for on-screen keyboards that lets you type faster as it does not require to lift your fingers while typing. Well there is good news for Windows Mobile phone owners, the geeks at XDA have extracted Swype from Samsung Omnia 2 and have released it publicly so that you can use it with your HTC HD2 and other smartphones. (Download link included at the end of the post)
Ever heard of a useful little tool called Swype? Yes, Swype is a new technology for text input that allows a user to type the desired text by swiping through the mobile phone’s virtual on screen keyboard without having to lift the fingers. The latest development on this regard is that it has been hacked and ported for the Android powered phones. Shown below is a video that exhibits Swype running on the very cool Droid Eris. A big thanks to pocketnow for sharing the news.