Even though we live in a digital world where prevails the use of physical keyboards, on-screen keyboards, touchscreens or touch displays, some mobile devices like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 feature handwriting features.
For the others, who have ordinary tablets or phones, there are several mobile apps that bring handwriting input, such as MyScript Smart Note (that allows a more natural handwriting feel) or OneNote (that has added handwriting support for a better tablet experience).
Now Google also presented a solution, with Handwriting Input mobile app for Android.
This app allows a tablet or a smartphone to be used for handwrite a text in 82 languages, and also cursive and printed writing even without a stylus so the user can freely express the full beauty of a handwritten text.
Google Handwriting Input is, therefore a a complement to voice input and touchscreen typing, since its more useful for other languages that are difficult to type on a keyboard.
So, with this app, anyone can just use a digital translation from a written down word or phrase. It is also programmed to analyze words to the best of its abilities, in order to minimize the effects of a bad handwriting.
Now, is time to try it!