Swype keyboard app for Android now on Play Store, supports four Indian languages
Nuance software Inc has launched the newest version of its most popular Swype keyboard for Android smartphones and tablets and has released it for the first time on the Google Play Store.
The App is now in the release stage and it has sheded its beta tag ,which was present for past couple of years.
The latest version of Swype also includes support for four Indian languages namely Tamil, Urdu, Hindi and Hinglish (a mixture of Hindi and English), allowing Swype users in India to choose from the different languages while using the Swype keyboard.
In addition to the new languages, the new version of Swype also brings what the company calls ‘dialect based Living Language support’ for Indian English, that automatically updates the Swype dictionary with popular Indian words.
Also Dragon dictations is a must have feature which includes the benefits of the world-renowned dragon voice recognition by letting you to type handsfree by using the users voice and turns your voice in to text quickly and accurately with a simple press of the Dragon key. Available in 36 languages.
Swype had added Hinglish input support to its keyboard, last year, learning Hinglish words as users key them in.
Swype allows people to swipe their finger from one letter to the next to input text – or tap, speak or handwrite letters, numbers and symbols. Nuance had updated Swype to support what it calls Living Language, earlier this year. The keyboard continuously updates each user’s personal language model with the words and phrases they use the most – and with opt-in connected services they can also get the words and phrases trending around the world through crowd-sourcing Swype can follow a user from one device to another with Backup and Sync.See our new beloved Swype in action