Nuance bought Swype late last year and the popular alternate keyboard was soon updated with voice to text feature. Droid Life now reveals that Swype may soon be made official for Ice Cream Sandwich. It is still under testing and if all goes well, then Android fans will be glad to know that official ICS support may be made available by the end of January.
Swype for ICS may come soon
The tweet reads, “Good news! Official ICS support is near. Final tweaks and testing should be done in time for an anticipated end-of-month beta update.”
The beta release of Swype for ICS could be just a few days away. With ICS topping the Android market share revealed by the recent figures, this could be good news for numerous people. Swype is among the best alternatives for Android keyboard with its refined layout and ability to allow typing by simply sliding the finger across letters.
Published Date: Jan 07, 2012 10:29 am | Updated Date: Jan 07, 2012 10:29 am