Friday, July 27, 2012

Search In Cursive: Google Now Lets You Hand-Write Search Queries On Phones And Tablets | TechCrunch

Works well even on my no-longer-magical-or-revolutionary iPad 1 (which, Apple has proclaimed, will be officially obsolete with the release of iOS 6)
"Google just added a new feature to its mobile search page that lets you hand-write search queries in cursive and block letters. Once you have enabled this new feature, you can simply start writing on your screen and Google will translate your scribbles into a legible search query. The new feature will work on iOS5+ devices, as well as Android 2.3+ phones and Android 4.0 tablets. You can write both single letters and complete words on the screen (assuming they are short enough to fit on your phone’s screen). In our brief test, this new feature worked surprisingly well."
Search In Cursive: Google Now Lets You Hand-Write Search Queries On Phones And Tablets | TechCrunch
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