The new app takes a stab at handwriting recognition for iOS users who’d rather write than type.
Here's a fun thing to try last thing on a Friday. Google now lets you handwrite searches on Google.com on iPhone and Android.
Write out what you're searching for on just about any touch screen, and mind the penmanship! Crave's Eric Mack tries Google's new touch-screen tracing system.
Google Handwrite lets you perform handwritten Web searches on your phone or tablet. See how to enable and use this new feature.
The latest version of the app can recognize handwritten text in up to 49 different languages.
Looking for a faster way to input characters from languages other than English? Or maybe you have a need for handwriting input when writing e-mail? Check out these easy steps for enabling the handwriting input feature in Gmail.
Chrome for iOS received its first update yesterday, bringing new sharing options.
Keyboards continue their slow march to domination, overthrowing pens and pencils in schools across the nation.
The Web giant now gives users the ability to handwrite 45 different languages on their smartphone and tablet screens and instantaneously get a translation.
Ready to try out yet another new keyboard on Android? This one supports 54 languages, and all you need is your fingertip or a stylus to write messages and have them converted to text in real-time.