Nuance the new owners of Swype the text input interface company, have today released a new update to their unique Swype input software. Which adds too the Swype software the same complex contextual language technologies Nuance uses in its well known speech recognition products.
The new feature which Nuance is calling a “living keyboard”will now learn your vocabulary as you use the Swype application, together with patterns within your style of writing.
The latest update includes the XT9 predictive text technologies originally developed by Tegic, on to which Nuance has now improved and built on. Watching a demonstration of the new technologies in action in the video below.
The latest Swype application can also learn from other applications and previous e-mails, SMS text messages, Twitter communications and Facebook posts. By searching through and adding new words to your smartphone’s personal dictionary.
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