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    Called it Swype, Word Flow or Shape Writing: Where is it?

    I may be missing something, but as a new T100TA owner, I had expected to find a keyboard onboard that allows for android-like Swype keyboard entry. I know it is supposed to exist for phones, but does this zdnet announcement suggest it should be on the T100 as well: "Microsoft researchers improve upon this excellent keyboard in Windows Phone 8.1, called the Word Flow keyboard, with the ability to use shape writing (sliding your finger from letter to letter.)?
    Is it a feature I should be able to turn on somewhere? TIA

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Swype is actually a company as well as a name for that keyboard. As such the name belongs to them and they don't have a software keyboard for anything but Android and iOS at this time.However there may be some alternatives coming TouchPal Keyboard for Windows 8 brings Swype-like typing to your slate (update: not quite ready)



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