Keymonk is a Dual Hand Swype Input Method (Video)

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  • 08 Jul 2012
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  • Who hasn’t heard about Swype? It’s that revolutionary input method that has you tracing lines between letters without lifting your fingers from the screen/virtual keyboard. Now there’s a brand new input method based on that, the app called Keymonk, that you can see below. If you want a description for it, imagine a two handed Swype…

    This is a free piece of software that takes the idea of Swype input and applies it for two handed text writing. One thing’s for sure, this input method seems pretty hard to get used to, especially after using Swype with one hand. The software is created by Golden Keymonk Ltd and lets you sweep words with two fingers. An example is to type the word “make” starting with your right finger on M and the left finger on A and then sweeping right finger to K and left finger to E.

    Landscape mode is obviously recommended here. This is an early release of the app, so as usual feedback is appreciated. For now, Keymonk was tested on the Galaxy S II, but it should work at its best with loads of smartphones and tablets. You can download the app from here and find out details in the video below:

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