It's a little limited and a little buggy, but when it comes to fast and easy typing, nothing beats swiping.
The technology would allow users to slide a finger across the keyboard, rather than hunt and peck, to type out messages.
The app monitors users' activity to better understand their writing style and help predict when common words or phrases are at hand, saving input time.
To keep up with the head-spinning pace of modern language, Swype is now turning to its users to help populate a "living" dictionary.
Google's new Nexus devices will come loaded with Android 4.2, a new flavor of Jelly Bean. Here's a rundown of the new features you can expect with the updated OS.
The new beta of Swype for Android is now available for download. We'll show you how to get it on your Android device.
The finger-dragging Android keyboard software will learn your lingo and train its ear to your voice with its next major update.
We've already seen the early swipe keyboards for iOS, but this collection of free apps has some of the more wacky alternatives that still manage to be useful.
Most third-party iOS keyboards are, well, keyboards. This one lets you scribble instead. But is that really preferable?
Now that you can swap out the default keyboard on your iPhone and iPad, check out these awesome alternatives.