So far it's only supported on six phones, but with it soon launching on Android that figure will dramatically rise. It's not known if it'll only be certain flavors of Android that will support it, but all shall be revealed later today when Swype updates us on their big news. [Swype via TechCrunch]
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ok, so stupid question, since i haven't downloaded it yet... does this replace a keyboard interface or the messaging app? i ask, because i wanted to know how this would work with GoogleVoice texting.