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With the arrival of iOS 8, the iPhone finally — finally! — gets access to custom keyboards, liberating your thumbs from the tyranny of Apple’s tepid offering. Here’s a guide to some of the best keyboards coming your way today or in the near future.
Not too long ago, Swype‘s one-finger swiping totally changed phone typing (on Android at least). We don’t all swipe all the time, but that functionality is built right in to the default Android keyboard. Now, the same minds behind Sywpe are trying to change tablet typing with Dryft, a virtual keyboard for touch typists.
Swype has finally dropped its Beta tag and gone official — which means it’s now in the Play store, easy to install and no longer free. Developers at Nuance — the company which purchased Swype in 2011 — clearly deem the latest version of the Android Keyboard, 1.5, finished and ready for full public consumption.
The original Samsung Galaxy Tab had Swype, and it was a nightmare to use. Swype obviously understood that, and have introduced a heap of tablet-friendly updates for version 3.0, including predictive tapping, adjustable keyboard sizes and adjustable keyboard positions. Hopefully it will make typing on Android tablets a much more enjoyable experience…
This is so cool. Hank Torres is paralysed from the shoulder down but with the use of Swype and a head tracking device he was able to set the Guinness World Record for fastest hands free typing.
Crazy texting app Swype has broken its previous record for the world’s fastest texting, with a British woman texting the Guinness Book of World Record’s tricky phrase in just 25.94 seconds on a Samsung Galaxy S phone.