Swype was really awaited to have split screen and portrait support in Symbian^3 devices. But it was also supposed that Swype will not make it through until the split-screen and portrait support got into the core system. And now when Symbian Anna has enabled the split-screen keyboard support as well as the portrait support so the Swype is here with its unique advantage over the casual virtual keyboards.
Portrait and split-screen support is only for devices with Symbian Anna.
A long awaited update to “Swype for Symbian” is now available. We’ve taken your feedback from our first Beta, incorporated several cutting edge features currently available in Android, and come up with our best input solution yet for Symbian. We’re still putting the final touches on Swype for Symbian 2.0, but we’re giving our Beta Labs user a sneak-peak.
Swype 2.0 Change log and new features
- Portrait and split-screen support for devices with Symbian Anna
- Cutting-edge predictive tap auto-correction engine
- 30 downloadable language dictionaries
- Many incremental UX changes based on Nokia and Android Beta Labs feedback
- Hundreds of bug fixes. Too many to list!
Download Swype 2.0
Click here to download for S60 5th Edition, Symbian^3 and Symbian Anna devices.
[via Nokia Beta Labs]