Swype Used To Beat Texting Speed Record.

Posted on 22 March 2010, Last updated on 10 June 2018 by

swype Swype, an application I’ve tested, and was impressed with, on the Archos 5 has just been used to set a new world record for mobile phone input.

The 160-character sentence took just 35 seconds to input which is an average 4.5 characters per second. That’s faster than I type on a full size keyboard and three times the speed I get to on an iPhone. Twice the speed of one of the best slider keyboards out there the OQO Model 02 and faster than I can achieve on most netbooks. Phew!

Via: Recombu / Seattle Times

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