Swype update includes trending words and dictionary sync

Swype update includes trending words and dictionary sync
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A lot of Android users love Swype. The swipe to type QWERTY is available directly from the developer or as a pre-installed app on many Android models. Swype has now been updated by Nuance Communications and includes a new Dictionary backup and sync which will save your personal dictionary to the cloud so that it will automatically be available for you to use on any registered phone or tablet. Speaking of tablets, Swype offers three layouts for them. One is the original Swype layout, another is a smaller movable QWERTY while a third offers a split layout.

One of the coolest new features on Swype is Hotwords. Swype users can opt-in to have their dictionary updated with the hottest trending words. Also available will be themes for Swype. Ten different choices are available to allow you to customize your QWERTY. Lastly, the update brings support for other languages. The Chinese keyboard has an additional tool bar and a Flick keyboard has been added for the Japanese language. Swype expects to allow more languages to use the Advanced Language Models that predict the words and phrases that users Swype the most.

The updated version of Swype will work even if you already have an older version of the app installed on your phone or tablet. Any Android device will support Swype. Simply click on the sourcelink.

source: Swype



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6 Comments

1. wendygarett unregistered

This is the huge reason why I love android, swype just save my life when I typing in big fat phone by operating one hand...

2. sheik

Posts: 249; Member since: Sep 12, 2012

I heard that Swype comes pre-installed with Galaxy Note II... Is that true any Galaxy note Owners??

3. redmd

Posts: 1911; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

it's not pre installed but you can activate a similar feature in the Samsung keyboard.

4. sheik

Posts: 249; Member since: Sep 12, 2012

Oh thanks buddy, Is that feature as good as Swype ?

6. Reluctant_Human

Posts: 912; Member since: Jun 28, 2012

Nope. Not even close.

5. redmd

Posts: 1911; Member since: Oct 26, 2011

it's similar to swype but you have to rebuild your dictionary once again.

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