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Nuance brings Swype with Hinglish support for India

Swype is a faster and easier way to input text on any screen

With one continuous finger or stylus motion across the screen keyboard, the patented 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.

The next generation of Swype brings the mobile keyboard to life with Nuance’s premier XT9 and Dragon technologies. Swype it, Speak it, Write it, Tap it. Swype has you covered with endless input possibilities. The more you use it, the smarter it gets.

  • Swype: One-handed Swyping is faster and easier than ever.
  • Type: Swype’s super accurate algorithms and next word prediction help provide speedy and accurate typing.
  • Speak:Users can simply speak their content and Dragon’s voice recognition software does the rest.
  • Write: For international Swypers, handwriting with T9write makes inputting Chinese characters or Korean Hangeul a snap.

Swype’s next word prediction is more intelligent than ever. A cutting edge Advanced Language Model, the latest XT9 algorithms and a robust Dynamic Language Model all work together with a preloaded baseline language database.

Swype’s Advanced Language Model helps predicts what users will input right out of the box.

Users can train their devices to learn their personal vocabulary and predict your words based on previous usage.

Swype now supports the download of over 55 languages. Users can easily download their desired languages via Swype Settings.

Every new word a user enters in the keyboard gets added to their unique dictionary. These updates are then mapped into our unified language model, which means that the user can immediately speak, type or Swype that same word.

Gestures allow users to quickly accomplish common tasks like: Capitalization, Punctuation Select All, Copy, Paste and even switch languages.

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