Uber-Popular Handwriting Recognition Software Graffiti Comes to Android
Remember Palm? No, the old Palm. Remember how convenient it was to write on your device and have it recognize your writing? That software was called Graffiti and it pretty much went the way of the dodo bird, no thanks to today’s touch screen phones. Billed as the world’s most popular handwriting recognition software, Graffiti is back in the form of a free Android app. Users can input letters, numbers and characters quickly and easily by sliding their fingers on the touch screen. Graffiti also comes with built-in screens to help users learn the strokes for each character. Download it from the Android Market today or scan the barcode below!
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