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Swype 3.0 New Features [VIDEO]

Swype has been one of the most popular, innovative keyboards to ever hit the smartphone space, and now it’s coming to Android Honeycomb tablets. Swype 3.0 Beta, which is due to launch today, will feature some hot, new features. The spotlight, however, is on the newly added support for Android Honeycomb tablets. As you can see in the video demo below, you will be able to resize and move the Swype keyboard when using it on a tablet – nice! This means you can use it more traditionally as a full-size keyboard, or shrink it down and move it to a corner for easy one-handed “Swyping.” Sizing the keyboard down will also allow you to view more screen real estate. Look for Swype 3.0 Beta to be released any minute now.

What’s new in Swype 3.0:
- Tap Correction:You’ve always been able to jump back and forth between swiping through letters and tapping letters one-by-one; now you can do the latter without losing the autocorrect/predictive functionality that comes with swiping.
- Horizontal Word Choice: When there are multiple possible words for the letters you just swiped through, the options will be shown in a sliding horizontal bar above the keyboard as opposed to the strange popup selection window that Swype has had for a while.
- Available for devices with HVGA, WVGA, FWVGA, QVGA, WQVGA, WSVGA, qHD screen sizes
- A special Honeycomb-only WXGA version for Android tablets, which features a resizable and moveable keyboard



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