Google releases faultless new handwriting keyboard with Emoji support and it's awesome

Google releases faultless new handwriting keyboard with Emoji support and it's awesome
"If you claim your handwriting is terrible, try it out and see if it can convince you otherwise", is what Google cheekily suggests in the description of its new keyboard app exclusively focused on turning handwritten text into machine one. The new app, available for Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich devices and up, is available for free and boasts support for 82 languages.

That's not all as far as Google Handwriting Input is concerned, though. For starters, you don't really need a stylus, even though one would make the processor easier, and we were impressed with the ease with which the app recognized our ugly finger scribbles. It also has support for emoji and makes sense of even special characters. What we liked best about the keyboard is that it has a shortcut allowing you to easily transition to another keyboard, though the way back is usually harder.

You can download Google Handwritten Input from the Play Store for free (link below).


source: Play Store

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