Get Swype for Droid

Swype for Droid has been unoffically released. MobileCrunch has directions on getting it up and running. The steps don’t seem difficult and are easy to follow. Swype has been wanting OEM installs so this might be the only way your going to get it on Android for awhile. Some of the comments said they had it working on other Android phones.

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Another good keyboard if you prefer sliding instead of typing is SlideIT by Dasur. it does a great job.
You can slide really fast with it.
It also supports many languages.

You can view their homepage:

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How do you start a new line of text using swype?
In other words, what is the “return” key function?

The very bottom right key on Swype is the enter key. At least it is on my Evo. It looks like an upside down “right turn ahead” aarow

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