Google has released Google Handwriting Input for Android, which interprets your scribbling to text in 82 different languages. This can be set as your default keyboard or one of your choices on any Android phone or tablet. The app works with or without a stylus. It might even making communicating easier for those who have trouble typing with one hand.
Google Handwriting Input will run on Android 4.0.3 and up, and is available in the Google Play Store. It supports both print and cursive writing and even suggest emoji for you if you draw out a smiley face says Google.
If you have the Google Keyboard installed, you can swap back and forth between the two by touching the globe icon next to the space bar. Or you can hold down the spacebar and select it from your other installed keyboards. If you own a Galaxy Note 4 it could be a nice addition to go with your S Pen.
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