Jan 7, 2013
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New Swype keyboard for Android crowd-sources your autocorrections
The market for Android keyboards is remarkably heated and fast moving, with companies cribbing different features from each other seemingly every month. The latest such move comes from Swype, which is adding a feature called “Living Language” that ostensibly is in the same ballpark as SwiftKey’s natural language prediction. 

New Swype keyboard for Android crowd-sources your autocorrections

The market for Android keyboards is remarkably heated and fast moving, with companies cribbing different features from each other seemingly every month. The latest such move comes from Swype, which is adding a feature called “Living Language” that ostensibly is in the same ballpark as SwiftKey’s natural language prediction. 

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