Swype Symbian

Swype Symbian is a faster and easier way to input text on any screen with one simultaneous finger or stylus motion across the screen keyboard, the original technology enables users to input words faster and easier than other data input methods at over 40 words per minute. The application is designed to work across a variety of devices such as phones, tablets, game consoles, kiosks, televisions, virtual screens, and more.

Swype Symbian free ware which is used as a type of system utilities for Symbian s60v5 and s3 devices. It is an input method for touch screen which belongs to Swype Inc. It also runs on windows mobile.

Swype Sybmian

Swype let users to input words by sliding a finger or stylus from word to word, picking only between letters. It uses error-solving algorithms and a speech model to guess the planned word. It also contains a tapping analytical text structure in the same interface. It is mainly designed for use on touch screen devices with a traditional QWERTY keyboard.

The software size is less than 1megabyte, and as tiny as 500–900 kilobytes in maximum cases, such as on devices running the Windows Mobile working system. In Symbian operating system, it is about 1-3megabyte varies on series.

Swype currently runs on the several Symbian phones including the Nokia N950, Samsung wave s8500, as well as Android phones: Motorola CLIQ, Motorola CLIQ XT, Motorola DEFY, Motorola Atrix 4G, HTC HD2 (T-Mobile USA version,) T-Mobile G2, T-Mobile My Touch 3G 3.5 mm Jack and my Touch Slide 3G (the latter both by T-Mobile USA) It also ships on the Omnia II mobile handset, manufactured by Samsung and distributed by Verizon Wireless. The most recent additions include the Samsung Galaxy S GT-i9000 and Nokia C7, as well as the Samsung Droid Charge.

On June 16, 2010, Swype opened a public beta for the Android operating system. The Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola Droid X, Motorola i1, and Motorola Droid 2 Android-based smart phones come with Swype pre-installed.

Virgin Mobile USA introduced Swype on the LG Optimus V, which runs the Android OS.
Swype is available for the Symbian platform S60 5th edition devices e.g. the Nokia 5800 Xpress music, Nokia 5230, Nokia N97 original and mini, Nokia C6-00, and the Nokia X6. Swype was released for Symbian^3 on October 16, 2010. It is available on the Ovi store.

Swype Nokia Symbian AppIn December 2010, an update including Swype was pushed to Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G users.
By the end of this year, Swype Symbian expects to be preloaded on over 100 million devices.
Swype consists of three most important components that make a payment to its precision and rapidity: an input trail analyzer, word hunt engine with equivalent database, and a manufacturer customizable interface.

The creators of Swype expect that users will get over 50 words per minute, with the head technical officer and founder Cliff Kushler claiming to have reached 55 words per minute. On 22 March 2010, a new Guinness World Record of 35.54 seconds was set for the highest text message on a touch screen mobile phone using Swype on the Samsung Omnia II, and apparently improved on 22 August of the same year to 25.94 using a Samsung Galaxy S. The Guinness world documentation text message contain 160 characters in 25 words which was typed in 25.94 seconds, which corresponds to a speed of almost 58 words per minute, or 370 characters per minute.

It can simply download from Ovi store of Nokia. You can also download it from this link: http://handheld.softpedia.com/get/System-Utilities/Enhancements/Swype-Symbian-107247.shtml
If you want, you can also download it form Swype main home page which is: http://www.swypeinc.com/
For reviews of swipe, please visit: http://handheld.softpedia.com/get/System-Utilities/Enhancements/Swype-Symbian-107247.shtml

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