Good news for folks who aren’t fans of typing text using the hunt and peck method required by regular touchscreen keyboards. Nokia has announced that Swype for Symbian devices is almost ready to be released on the Nokia Store. The alternative keyboard was released on the Nokia Beta Labs a while ago for users to test, and after months of refinements, it looks like the keyboard is almost good to go.
Nokia has just announced the latest and last beta release of Swype which will include official Symbian Belle support, Thai and Vietnamese language support, a better install experience, and many small bug fixes that have been found by the beta testers. Head over to the Nokia Beta Labs to download it now, or just wait for the official release which shouldn’t be too far away.
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