Swype for Symbian v2.0 at Beta Labs, now with split screen.

| September 20, 2011 | 21 Replies

Swype for Symbian 2.0 is available. Not Swype for Symbian^2, but ‘Swype for Symbian v2.0. This now has split screen in portrait, something much missed and the reason I uninstalled swype. There’s also apparently a lot of bug fixes too.

What’s New

A long awaited update to Swype for Symbian is now available. We’ve taken your feedback from our first Beta, incorporated several cutting edge features currently available in Android, and come up with our best input solution yet for Symbian.

We’re still putting the final touches on Swype for Symbian 2.0, but we’re giving our Beta Labs user a sneak-peak. Download Swype for Symbian 2.0 Beta now to check out these exciting new features:

  • Portrait and split-screen support for devices with Symbian Anna
  • Cutting-edge predictive tap auto-correction engine
  • 30 downloadable language dictionaries
  • Many incremental UX changes based on Nokia and Android Beta Labs feedback
  • Hundreds of bug fixes. Too many to list!


All S60 5th Edition and Symbian^3 devices are supported. Swype comes preloaded with English US, English UK, Spanish, Portuguese BR, and French CA. If you want to Swype in a different language, download one of our 30 additional language packs.

Cheers to Kryak and paulstehberger for the tip!


Category: Applications, Nokia, Symbian

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