Beta Test This: Swype!

Swype, the gesture-based virtual keyboard that to date has only been legitimately available to OEMs, just sent beta testing invitations out to Android users who’d previously provided their email address to them.

The beta, starting today, March 5, is limited to a small number of participants but will expand “soon.” It’s a limited feature set compared to the OEM version and will work for devices with HVGA and WVGA displays.

You can register to participate at beta.swype.com.

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17 Comments

  1. Ted
    March 05, 16:36 Reply

    Shapewriter is available in non-beta form, and does much the same thing. It’ll be interesting to see which turns out to be the better gesture-based keyboard.

  2. Philip Wolstenholme
    March 05, 21:47 Reply

    I've just installed it, it's taking a bit of getting used to but looks like it might be a good way to enter long words very quickly, not sure how much time it saves just doing short ones though.

  3. Big Al
    March 05, 22:27 Reply

    Just been playing with mixed with Seesmic = Good combination

  4. Jordan
    March 06, 04:32 Reply

    Wahoo! I've been using the "unofficial beta" for a while and wishing for a full release. This is looking real nice so far.

  5. doel
    July 14, 18:47 Reply

    thank you for sharing. nice post. i like it :p

  6. simon
    August 06, 14:07 Reply

    I am delighted to learn the good news of the beta expansion which is supposed to be working for devices with HVGA and WVGA displays. Thanks for the information.Wall Mount Air Conditioner

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