Jacob Wilder’s stories
Developers create speech-based apps at AT&T, Nuance hackathon

Working with AT&T and a large crowd of developers offered a view into the future of intelligent connected devices. Given that 50% of consumers say they plan to buy at least one Internet of Things product during the year, we can expect even more to come. Our involvement at this most recent hackathon in LA […]

The Swype keyboard for Android now features intuitive Emoji support and new downloadable themes

This post was originally published on February 5, 2015. It has been updated to reflect new feature availability.               @NateMaingard, we’re excited, too!!  Swype’s latest update lets users visually express a wide range of emotions – like pure happiness (how you feel now, with the Emoji keyboard); or sadness […]


We’re thrilled to announce that Swype has added support for a stunning 16 new languages! Why does this matter? Well, now users from Brazil to India can enjoy Swype on their iPhones, iPads and iPod Touches – their way, whenever they’d like! The new languages include: Czech, Danish, Dutch, UK English, Finnish, Greek, Hinglish, Hungarian, […]

With each iteration of technological innovation there comes new opportunity to revolutionize the way people interact with technology – always enhancing people’s lives in one way or another. The latest additions to the Swype keyboard include accessibility-rich Nuance solutions such as Dragon Dictation as well as Android’s “Talkback” and “Explore by Touch” features, allowing blind […]

With the latest release of the Swype Beta (1.4.9) we bring in some exciting additions and some less exciting, but very helpful fixes. We’ve improved tap responsiveness, added support for Hindi and Belgian Dutch and revamped our Smart Editor feature. To start things off, tap responsiveness has been overhauled for all languages. All you tappers […]