Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by PapaDeuce, Jun 9, 2010.
across the keyboard? I know I saw a youtube video of it a long time ago....
"Swype" buddy hah
Google that and you will find it
bah, you beat me to it
Swype and ShapeWriter both do this, Swype is in beta, ShapeWriter is in the Market
I like Swype better, but if you can't get in on the beta or find it in the wild, give ShapeWriter a try.
There are 3 apps that do this. Swype, SlideIT and Shapewriter. I personally like Swype the best out of the 3.
Can someone post a link oor code to swype cause I can't find it lol
you won't find it here. so keep looking. it's out there.
i suggest a simple search or two here and there, you can find it
Lol I found it.
A lot of people say they prefer Swype but I tried it for a couple months and found certain aspects of it to be frustrating.
I changed to the Shapewriter keyboard and found that I much prefer it. Only real gripes I have with it is it will not auto capitalize the letter "I" and I can't find the underscore symbol anywhere. Also it does not have a standard shift button. You change the case of the word or letter after you type it. Took some getting used to.
It is however much better at figuring out what I am trying to "type" and even if it does not figure it out the correct word the choices it gives for additional words are far better than the choices given by Swype. It is also easier to add words to it's dictionary.
It is possible that I did not have the very latest version of Swype but I will be sticking with Shapewriter because it is working well for me.
how is it easier to add to the dictionary of shapewriter? in swype once you type it manually its in the dictionary.