Swype to Soon get Official ICS Support With an End-of-the-Month Beta

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  1. dgstorm

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    If you have been missing Swype on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus, you may not have to wait much longer. Of course, many users have been able to use third-party community based "workarounds" to get it working with their G-Nex, but now beta testers will soon be seeing an end-of-month beta from the company. It shouldn't be too long after that before we actually see an officially launched version. Get your slider finger ready!

    Source: Android.net via PhanDroid
     
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    Been using it on EncounterICS on my DX and haven't had any issues except that the phone's dictionary and its own built in dictionary don't talk to each other.
     
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    Ahh... Good news! =D I love the ICS keyboard, but hard to type one handed... :biggrin:
     
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    hmm... I have been swyping for days now...
     
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    I wonder if that means they'll start updating on the phones where it's pre-installed.
     
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    Any thoughts on whether to take off the existing swype to get the 'official' version?
     
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    does the beta not count as official, or do you mean official for OEMs