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Swype opens final beta version to Android users for a limited time

Swype opens final beta version to Android users for a limited time
As we reported yesterday, Swype has now opened its door one last time, for Android users only, releasing a final beta version of its swipe to type keyboard. However, the doors will be open for a limited time only, with support for English, Spanish and Italian with more languages coming. There will be limited features because some of the tools and tricks that Swype does requires integration from your phones manufacturer. To add Swype to your phone, go to the source link and send an e-mail address that you can read via your mobile phone and you will receive a link to install the application. If your phone already comes pre-loaded with the software, do not bother to get this beta version. Those of you who received the previous beta version of Swype, you will soon lose the download as it times out, and the company suggests you visit the web site (again, at the source link) and re-install the new beta version.

source: Swype via AndroidCentral

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