Google today released Handwriting Keyboard with 82 language support for Android phones

Google today released Handwriting Keyboard with 82 language support for Android phones

Today Google has brought Handwriting Input in the latest keyboard release.
Google Handwriting keyboard works with devices running Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.3) and greater.
This supports input in both print and cursive writing in a 82 languages.

Some of the key advantages of Handwriting keyboard:
– Useful for languages that can be challenging to type on a standard keyboard
– Supports on ICS and greater version of Android (Which covers most of the devices to date)
– Easily writable rather than typing or speaking (voice input) a word

Previous Android Lollipop got the validation for HTC Desire 816 Virgin Mobile owners, expect the OTA tomorrow
Next Quickboot from CM 12S ported to all CyanogenMod 12.x ROMs

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