Google’s New Handwriting Input Supports 82 Languages And Lets You Draw Emoji

Google has launched its Google Handwriting Input app for Android, allowing users a third method to enter text apart from typing and voice.
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The app supports 82 languages and 20 different scripts, and the company says is aimed at text entry in languages with complicated script that makes typing hard.
Google Handwriting Input even supports hand-drawn emoji, and like the keyboard app it announced with Lollipop, supports multiple themes.
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Unlike the handwriting input which debuted in Google Translate, with the new app users can choose from local or cloud-based handwriting recognition.
While the latter is more accurate at deciphering a user’s handwriting, it also requires an internet connection. You can download the app from the Play Store and take it for a spin.

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