The Swype team has released a beta of the new version of the Swype Text Input app for Android. This update addresses some of the important shortcomings of the Swype for Android app. First one is the update mechanism of Swype which currently requires users to install a separate installer / updater system. However, the … Continue reading Swype Beta 3.26 Released – Auto Updates, Nicer Menus
Samsung Galaxy Ace (S5830) takes a minimal approach in it’s design and brings the Samsung Galaxy S experience at a cheaper price. The smooth rounded edges, slim and compact size of the Samsung Galaxy Ace are a pleasure to wrap your fingers around and the large 3.5 inch HVGA screen is a delight to watch … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy Ace: The “Galaxy S” Experience At A Cheaper Price
Dell unveiled a new Android based smart phone in India, named Venue. This device is powered by Android 2.2 Froyo and has 3.5G that provides blazingly fast internet access. Venue has a vibrant, high-contrast 10.4 cm (4.1-inch) AM-OLED display with curved Corning Gorilla Glass ehich makes it perfect for watching videos to managing your business.It … Continue reading Dell Launches Venue – Android Powered Smart Phone in India
Samsung has launched it’s Wave II series of smart phones in India powered by their in-house BadaOS. The device features an input application which is quite similar to swype. Titled Quicktype, it provides you with a faster and easier way to input text than standard texting. Instead you need to swipe your fingers in a … Continue reading Samsung Launches Wave 2 In India: 1Ghz Proc, 5MP Cam, Bada OS
Swype provides fast text input with sliding action on the virtual keyboard and is now available for Nokia Users on it’s Symbian platform.