An updated version of Swype, which was launched in the USA last week, will now be available for all Android handsets soon, reported a website.
Swype, the virtual keyboard software for Android smartphones, was updated last week with an attractive black skin with new gesture controls for Google Nexus S 4G.
The updated app, after the USA launch, was made available to users worldwide by some websites for rooted Android phones. However, the websites soon removed the link of the extracted app after the app creators protested.
The registered testers of the app will get it within a week, though there are rumours the black skin will be missing. There’s another possibility the app will soon have custom skin options.
The updated Swype will have better capitalisation, personal dictionary, and gesture support to launch Facebook and Twitter, and of course for select all, cut, copy, and paste. In a related news, Swype Beta for Android is also open currently for all the users.