Swype officially released in Google Play Store
Swype, one of our favorite Android keyboard clients, is now available in the Google Play Store. Previously only offered as a beta program or as part of a pre-installed experience, Swype is listed at $.99 for now. There is no indication as to when the price will rise nor what it will be so our suggestion is to download it right away. As a frame of reference, SwiftKey is listed at $3.99.
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