The other improvements are also welcome. Swype's developers promise a honed advanced language modeling algorithm— a feature included in the last release to increase context awareness and improve prediction. The company suggests that it knows you're trying to type "mosh pit" rather than "mosh pot," but this wouldn't work for us, insisting that we meant "mosh put" instead. However, this language algorithm is said to improve over time by learning the way you phrase things and adjusting its predictions accordingly.
Finally, two more minor changes: languages can now be downloaded from the Keyboard preferences, rather than on installation, and the keyboard now follows the installer color scheme with an orange trace. The update can be installed from the Swype preferences pane now, and you can join the beta from Swype's website.