Swype pioneered a new way to type on smartphones—now it's dead – Ars Technica


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Swype pioneered a new way to type on smartphones—now it's dead
Ars Technica
Swype, the influential smartphone keyboard, is dead. XDA Developers is reporting that Swype's owner, Nuance Communications, is discontinuing development of the popular keyboard app. While it might still exist in the iOS and Android app stores for now
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