Monday, December 28, 2009

Testing Swype for Android on Motorola Droid / Milestone







.. better than I thought! Grab the beta from Droidmuff.in to test it your self.



Swype for Android from Swype Inc.






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8 comments:

elipsoid said...

Looks pretty nice. Could be the solution for the lack of hardware-keyboard-equipped android phones on the market lately.

One question - did you teach the software to write "jkkmobile" before, or did it work on the first try? How do you write double letters, like "kk" in "jkk"?

JKK said...

Had to type jkkmobile letter by letter first.. kk happends when u srible a bit or make any kind of double turn on the key you want to dublicate

Jony said...

In SlideIT you don't need to type twice on double letters, you just slide on it once.

for example "hello" - you just slide from 'h' to 'e' to 'l' to 'o' and when you lift your finger SlideIT recognized the word "hello".

http://mobiletextinput.com/Product/SlideIT/Prediction.php

Robert said...

SlideIT has a better keyboard for Android

see yourself : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=229U0ZYPum8

http://mobiletextinput.com/

Robin said...

@Robert, Swype works better than slideIT. especially for people that need to switch between different languages a lot as you can change the locale from withing the keyboard.

Sildenafil said...

I have tested some application for Android in the past and I have found some issues that I report to the developers so they can fix them. I would like to test this swype!

Android said...

Great informative post. I have a question though; is a data plan absolutely necessary? If I plan on only using wifi (where available), could I just keep my regular rogers plan with an unlocked G1?

Handwriting analysis said...

Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on this topic.

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