HTC EVO users who updated Swype over the air and were suffering from frequent crashes can now resolve the issue. Swype has published the solution, which you can access by clicking at the link given at the bottom of this article.
As already many of you figured out that you are required to uninstall the beta, then reboot to make it work.
The Swype is also offering the lighter version of this most popular Android keyboard app. The micro version is only 2.5 MB as compared to 10MB of complete version.
Here is the link to Swype forum with all the updated related tutorial.