Google Handwrite allows you to write what you want to search

Google Handwrite allows you to write what you want to search

Google started as a search engine, and today their main priority and focus is still that. Today, it’s known as the father of all the search engines, and Google planned to take their mobile search experience to next level. Introducing Google Handwrite, which allow the user to search by writing letters with your finger most anywhere on your device display. Like if you don’t want to type because you just hate it, or you are somewhere in a crowded street corner, or stuck in a box, then this is your way out for an accurate search. Have a look on the video:

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyeJXKfAcpc[/youtube]

It’s funny when you are on a treadmill and searching for cupcakes, ironic right? The feature is available for  Android 2.3+ phones and Android 4.0+ tablets, and to activate this feature, go to Google.com in your mobile browser, tap on Settings and enable “Handwrite” and you are good to go. Anyway, it’s an amazing addition by Google and I am sure people will appreciate it. Tell us what do you think about this feature in the comment box below.

Source: Google 

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2 Comments

  1. Tony Perez
    July 28, 14:42 Reply

    I tried to write “pizza” with my finger on my HTC Rezound and as soon as I swiped the “p”, it started searching and the “i” didn’t register as an “i”. Instead, a lower case “L” came up. Keep working on it Google, It looks promising!

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