Swype today rolled out a new update for its Android keyboard, adding a variety of new features and sharpening up its error detection.
The update adds a mini-keyboard that sits on top of your apps for quick input. This can be moved around to suit you. It also adds emoji support in eight languages and two Material Design themes as well as a high-visibility design.
Meanwhile, typing should be a more error-free experience. A new feature will detect problems with spacing, so if you’ve ever typed “int he,” it will automatically correct to “in the.” And previous words will be autocorrected based on the context of the sentence.
It’s quite a sizeable update, refining the app and adding a few new features. Naturally, the latest Swype update also fixes some bugs.
If you haven’t tried Swype before, you can download a 30-day free trial. Swype is available from the Google Play Store for €0.75.