25th Apr, 2013
Swype Finally Comes Out Of Beta, Debuts On Google Play Store
The popular keyboard input app is now selling for all Android devices at Rs 54 for a limited period.
Swype has been a popular keyboard input utility for Android users (and some chosen Nokia Symbian users as well) since 2010. While the tool has been compatible with most Android devices, downloading the utility on required you to register on its beta site after which, users would be furnished with a download URL. Although free to use, that version was plagued by certain hardware issues, and offered limited support. The app which is now available on Google Play Store is selling for around Rs 54, there is a 30-day free trial version that you can use before making a purchase. That being said, the publisher suggests that this price is under a "Limited Time Offer" so you better get the app before its cost is hiked.
Some of the features on the new app include voice recognition in around 36 languages, three keyboard modes (the original Swype keyboard, a small and moveable keyboard, and a split keyboard), support for 60 languages and 20 dialects, gesture support, and the well-known auto-predict modes. Check out the video below to know how the app's features work.