Just In [Screenshots Added]: Swype For Symbian 2.0 Out, Brings Split Screen Support
Just in. I am absolutely going to love those two words. The fine folks over at Nokia Betalabs have released Swype for Symbian 2.0, bringing in some cool features based on the feedback they received from both Nokia and Android users.
Here are a couple of screenshots. Looks good.
The app is very close to the retail version, as Peter from Swype puts it.
We’re still putting the final touches on Swype for Symbian 2.0, but we’re giving our Beta Labs user a sneak-peak. Download Swype for Symbian 2.0 Beta now to check out exciting new features
The new features:
- Portrait and split-screen support for devices with Symbian Anna
- Cutting-edge predictive tap auto-correction engine
- 30 downloadable language dictionaries
- Many incremental UX changes based on Nokia and Android Beta Labs feedback
- Hundreds of bug fixes.
Head to the Nokia Betalabs page and get Swype for Symbian 2.0. Now. Run.
PS: Oh and, S60v5 (or Symbian^1), Symbian^3 and Symbian Anna, all these versions are supported. Make sure you select the right version.
Update: Splitscreen input is awesome. How? Screenshots below.