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Google Add Handwriting Support To Mobile Search

By on July 31, 2012

Google added another new amazing feature for their mobile search engine – Handwriting recognition.

 

Users on Android and iOS devices can enable handwriting support by tapping on settings over at Google.com and enabling Handwrite. You’ll need to be running iOS 5 or later on your Apple device or any version of Android other than Honeycomb to take advantage of the new Handwrite technology.

 

Amazingly, up to 27 languages are supported by the new handwriting feature which understandably works best in Google’s own Chrome browser. 3G have been waiting for this feature for sometime because it’s quite slow and counter productive to type using on-screen QWERTY keyboards.

 

The Handwrite feature is very new and it’ll probably take some time before it gets to a standard where it’ll be adopted on a wide-scale by the general population. However, auto-complete will still work when using the Handwrite feature , which should aid its effectiveness.

 

Watch the following video clip for their amazing new features

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