Enjoy Typing on Your iPad with Swype (FREE APP for a Limited Time!)

Typing is one of the biggest challenges of using a tablet. It has been made easier with some of the new updates mobile operating systems; however, it still can be challenging. This can frustrate yourself and students with dexterity challenges.

The Swype Keyboard App (available in the Android and iTunes store) can be a great alternative to the traditional keyboards available on most devices. It is a third party keyboard, which means you will have to install it; however, it is well worth it because it makes it easier to type on a tablet or mobile device.

How does it work? Once installed, you can literally swipe your fingers across the keyboard to select the letters you want without worrying about hitting the wrong keys. How is this possible? Swype's accuracy is based on how quickly it learns your typing and word selection patterns.

The best part is that it is free on the iPad for a short time! It is well worth the download.

November is Clicks for a Cause Month!
Last November, I started a new tradition called "Clicks for a Cause." The concept was easy. You visit my blog, I donate!

I would like to continue again this year! For each visit to my blog during November, I would donate a penny to help baby Adam Maldonado and his family. Adam has been through more surgeries and procedures in his short life time, than most of us have been through our entire life. See his story here

At the end of November, I will be making a contribution to the family's GoFundMe page, to help with the enormous medical bills his heart procedures have cost. 

How can you get involved?
  • Visit and share my blog with others. I have others who are matching my contribution. The more clicks, the more money we raise! 
  • Like Adam's Facebook page and keep updated on his condition.
  • Pray for Adam and his family!
  • Make a contribution to the family's  GoFundMe page
  • Please contact me if you have any questions or if you have a  HEART to help a child in need!

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