Swype makes a popular keyboard app for Android that lets you enter text by swiping your finger from key to key without lifting it from the screen. The software comes preloaded on a number of phones and tablets, but up until recently it wasn’t available for devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.


Now the developers at Swype have released a public beta of their keyboard that supports Android 4.0.

The latest beta version of Swype also adds support for Dragon Go! speech recognition, downloadable language packs fro tablets, and improved accuracy.

You can sign up for the beta at the Swype Beta website.

via GottaBeMobile

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