Swype Android keyboard out of beta, available in Google Play Store for $0.99

Swype Android keyboard out of beta, available in Google Play Store for $0.99

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New Swype’s Android keyboard is finally out of “beta” phase and now available to the masses. Swype, a Seattle-area startup that was acquired by Burlington, Mass.-based Nuance  for $102.5 million back in October 2011, has arrived in the Google Play Store. Previously, the keyboard that allows you to form words by dragging...
Swype Android keyboard out of beta, available in Google Play Store for $0.99
                                       

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