SWYPE is a long favorite of the Android and Symbian users, who crave for a better typing experience. Things now become even better with the new version of SWYPE, especially for Indians as it now supports ‘Hinglish’ which is a mash-up of Hindi and English words used in daily verbatim. It supports words like chai, paani, desi, garam, masti, jungli and Nuance the developer of SWYPE claims that tens of thousands of Hindi words transliterated into Latin script, as well as a library vast English words. Also Read - Samsung reportedly looking at buying Nuance, the company that powers Siri
Other features of the unique keyboard include, enhanced word prediction, a multi-modal keyboard and an adaptive engine that adapts to the users preferences. Also Read - With Nuance Dragon, PCs will get always-on listening powers
Of course, SWYPE is not your standard issue keyboard. While you retain the ability to type normally, the main USP of SWYPE is the ability to swype from one to character to another to type out a word. While many are adept at this, still, however, it can take sometime getting used to. Also Read - “I wouldn’t push Tim Cook to buy Nuance”: Carl Icahn
Currently, the new version of SWYPE is in beta and is only available for Android. The application can be downloaded from here.