After being purchased by Nuance, the fast text input company Swype has now rolled out its first Android application that is linked directly with Nuance’s Dragon Dictate software.
The new Swype Beta now incorporates Nuance’s award winning Dragon Dictation technology, together with support for 50 language downloads. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.
The new beta version of the Swype is equipped with Advanced Language Modelling, a feature that has been designed to increase prediction accuracy by 40 percent and will automatically learn new words as you type them.
If you would like to give the new Swype Beta a try, you can download it directly from the Swype website. But if your phone came pre-installed with Swype, do not download the beta software as it will not work. Also Android 1.6 and WQVGA resolution are no longer supported but the Swype application.
Source: UbergizmoFiled Under: Android News, Technology News