Google Handwriting Supports 82 Languages, Write the Old Fashioned Way
Well, it seems typing on your phone is just too mainstream. So, what to do? Google has an idea, why don’t we use our penmanship? Yes! I bet you haven’t heard that word in a while, have you?
Phones have evolved over the years, from keypads to touch-screens, but evolution isn’t always perfect. Touch-screen came with its own problems. For instance, users had issues typing texts, they still do. Even the most advanced flagship phone users suffer from the problem.
Users have to focus and type carefully in order to avoid mistakes or typos.
Thankfully, Google is bringing back penmanship, and introducing it to smartphones. Users will now use their handwriting to input text, which they believe will allow for a natural and intuitive way of inputting text.
Google has released the handwriting app for Android devices, called Google Handwriting Input, that they say is better than voice input and touch-typing. What’s really convenient is that Google Handwriting supports 82 languages in 20 different scripts.
The app will work with and without an Internet connection and will allow you to not only write text, but create hundred of emojis. So just draw and send your favorite emojis to friends and family.
To use this app, all you have to do is press and hold the enter button to switch modes. If you wish to give this app a try, visit Play Store to download it.
More information about it is also available at the link given above.
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