Google brings Handwrite tool for Emails
Google announces a new feature for Gmail and Google Docs that allows users to hand write their emails and documents using their computer mouse or trackpad. This feature brings some good old fashioned handwriting back to modern communication, adding new handwriting input tools to Gmail and Google Docs.
Google handwrite tool helps users to write with a mouse pad or cursor and Google will do its best to create a typed version of your words.
Good news for Gmail users is that they can get the new tool in more than 50 languages, Google Docs users in more than 20. Plus handwriting input makes the Internet easier to use by people worldwide and is also part of a larger effort to break the barrier between languages
[blockquote cite=”Google’s Xiangye Xia”]
Handwriting input makes the internet easier to use by people worldwide and is also part of a larger effort to break the barrier between languages
Google already has handwriting support for its mobile translation apps so you can scrawl a word on the screen and see it instantly in another language. This is particularly helpful if you’re not familiar with a local alphabet and want to know what something says.