Its squishy keys were just about perfect.
I’m not telling you to switch to S60 — or any specific mobile OS for that matter — just letting you know that Google doesn’t have to own your ass if you don’t want them to.
Honestly, if I wanted hosted email on my phone why wouldn’t I just buy a BlackBerry?
I first wrote about Swype on these pages back in February; now, more than six months later, it’s finally available for a select number of Nokia touch screen handsets — like my Nokia N97.
One of Swype’s founders is also partly responsible for the T9 predictive text-entry system for number pad handsets. And like T9, Swype will shortly become the de facto standard for touch screen text entry. Just you wait…
I was instantly jealous when I first saw a demo of the Layar augmented reality browser for Android smartphones. Now, a year later, AR has finally made its way to the Symbian OS.
The app that makes it happen is called Wikitude. Let’s have a look…