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Grab it while you can. Just register for the beta and get it downloaded in 5 minutes. If you have never used it or seen it, it will blow your mind.

(perfect for newer Orange San Francisco/ZTE Blade users who didn't register for the earlier free Beta versions that were released 5 months ago)

http://beta.swype.com
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1 Like #1
It might be worth noting that this is Swype Beta for Android.
#2
great keyboard...
#3
Its
Typed this on a asus transformer, swype is petty awesome tbh

Edited By: idbroadhurst on Jun 19, 2011 19:04
#4
Tried it before on my Desire, didn't work for me. This version works though. Much quicker than tapping.
suspended 1 Like #5
i like tapping good practice for the bed.
#6
Dang, my phone came with SWYPE preinstalled so can't get the beta.. oh well
#7
Voted hot from me!
#8
"Sorry this is not an Android phone"

Errr yes it is. Anybody else getting this?
#9
just installed - really good so much better than the tap screen.
#10
got it working... thanks!
#11
works great Thanks
#12
Hinzy9
"Sorry this is not an Android phone"

Errr yes it is. Anybody else getting this?

From it's FAQ's...

I click the link in my activation email to download Swype, but I'm told that my phone is not an Android device, even though it is! What do I do?

This message means that you may have your brower in "desktop mode", or are using something other than the Android default browser (like Skyfire or Opera Mini). To turn the Mobile View setting back on in the Android browser - Open your browser settings (click menu > more > settings) and locate the option for "Mobile view." Click the checkmark next Mobile View if it is unchecked and retry the download link from your email. If the setting is enabled and you are still getting this error, please head to our forums for support.

Edited By: SpikePhoenix on Jun 20, 2011 00:06
#13
SpikePhoenix
Hinzy9
"Sorry this is not an Android phone"

Errr yes it is. Anybody else getting this?

The Swype Beta for Android FAQ
I Forgot my password!

Easy. Just reset it here using the link in the lower left corner.
I need to download Swype again but I've lost/deleted the email containing the download link. Can you send me another email?

We'd be glad to! Simply login using the email and password you registered for the beta program with, and click the "Resend me the Invite Email!" link in the lower right corner. You'll receive another copy of the email containing the download link in just a few minutes.

Alternatively, you can use your phone's web browser to login and there will be a download link available directly on that page.
I click the link in my activation email to download Swype, but I'm told that my phone is not an Android device, even though it is! What do I do?

This message means that you may have your brower in "desktop mode", or are using something other than the Android default browser (like Skyfire or Opera Mini). To turn the Mobile View setting back on in the Android browser - Open your browser settings (click menu > more > settings) and locate the option for "Mobile view." Click the checkmark next Mobile View if it is unchecked and retry the download link from your email. If the setting is enabled and you are still getting this error, please head to our forums for support.


Yeah thanks, sorted it now.
#14
Dull
#15
just got it an love it!!big thanx!!
#16
Thanks :)
#17
SlideIt is much better as you can set up short cuts. I used to love Swipe before i used slideit!
#18
Thanks a lot.
#19
Had this since it came out. Don't think i'd be able to use any other touchscreen keyboard now. One of those where you wonder how you lived without it.
#20
That is ace, Thanks!
#21
Thanks
1 Like #22
Hot from me even though I can't install this myself (Galaxy S comes with it already so I can't install the beta)
#23
finlay666
Hot from me even though I can't install this myself (Galaxy S comes with it already so I can't install the beta)

ta saved me the hassle :)
#24
anybody having problems using this on htc desire hd? it installs but doesnt seem to work
#25
removes the need to be able to spell - just need to know which letters are in the word and which order (but not how many of each)....now if it could only tell when Im taking the pea in an email (and insert a smiley face to convey cheekiness)
#26
i have desire hd and it works ok, you have to select it as the keyboard but works fantastic on mine
#27
Much prefer ShapeWriter - easier to delete full words (press back twice). Pity that its not updated at the moment. Guess its also a case of using that first so getting used to intricacies of it.
2 Likes #28
Was working great on my Desire HD right up until I dropped it down the toilet last night!!!!

No signs of life today! :-(
#29
uthmaan
Much prefer ShapeWriter - easier to delete full words (press back twice). Pity that its not updated at the moment. Guess its also a case of using that first so getting used to intricacies of it.

technically this is easier to delete as you need only hold the delete thus one keypress :p

Edited By: Nailez on Jun 20, 2011 15:50: .. blah spelling...
#30
got the SWYPE keyboard on my xperia X1 (windows mobile) long time ago, havent used any other keyboard ever since. its just ace.
#31
just downloaded. seems quite cool.
but need to practise a bit...
#32
awesome, thanks
#33
WoW
#34
:S, trying from the Orange San Francisco with 2.2 and getting:

"Sorry! This is not an Android phone"

any clue what's going on? or can tha .apk be shared somehow?
#35
spanish_biker79
:S, trying from the Orange San Francisco with 2.2 and getting:

"Sorry! This is not an Android phone"

any clue what's going on? or can tha .apk be shared somehow?

worked fine on my san fran with 2.2

read previous comments. someone had same issues...
#36
Thanks, I couldn't find the same issue above.

I just tried from a different browser (dolphin) and it was fine this time....

1st time I see this message in any application:

"This input method may be able to collect all the text you type, including personal data like passwords and credit card numbers."

is this ok? as in secure?

Edited By: spanish_biker79 on Jun 20, 2011 18:10
#37
its cause it is accessing your phones main memory it is a standard warning, personally i dont tap my credit card number into my phone though
#38
I have galaxy S2 and this works perfectly
#39
boooo - not enough space on my phone......
#40
Works great on my San Francisco on CyanogenMod 7. Only problem is when I type on other touch devices that don't have this, I find myself trying to use it as a Swype keyboard and not getting very far!

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