Swype is a new, faster and easier way for text entry on your smartphone. With Swype, you can type at a rate of 50 words per minute with one single continuous finger motion without having to lift the finger from your screen. Folks over at XDA have extracted the Swype keyboard which is installed by default on Samsung Omnia II on Verizon. You can now use it with any Windows Mobile based WVGA device, including the HTC HD2.
This new text entry method may take you some time getting used to. But once you get hold of it, you will certainly feel improved speed in your typing with Swype over the default onscreen keyboard in HTC HD2. To get Swype keyboard for your HTC HD2, head over to XDA-Developers to download and install the .cab file.
Pocketnow has also published a video of it, showing Swype keyboard in action on HTC HD2: