Google Handwriting Input also supports hundreds of emojis, so you can express yourself in any Android app.
Why is Google Handwriting Input app so important?
The app could be very handy for disabled users or anyone who struggles to tap those tiny virtual keys on their phone’s keyboard.
Handwriting Input should also find much love among users who write in script, which is notoriously hard to tap out on a keyboard. Speakers of some of the more complex Asian languages, for example, would likely see a distinct benefit in scribbling out their message, and could see significant speed improvements using the new app, rather than a regular input method.
And if you write in shorthand, it could be a handy alternative to simply scribbling in a notepad app.
One thing to note is that Google Handwriting Input ‘may be able to collect all the text you type’, including passwords and personal info. However, it seems that this only happens if you enable cloud mode by tapping the little cloud icon in the bottom left corner.
This app is made for all Android devices, big and small. At this time it appears to work with most every Android smartphone and tablet we’ve got on hand, just so long as it was released in the past several years.
It is available on Google play store as a free app.
User reviews: Android users have welcomed this app well. Its rating on Google play 4.5 star meaning that the app has useful.