Apr 15 AT 3:05 PM Alex Wagner 0 Comments

Google Handwriting Input hits the digital shelves of the Play Store


How would you like a fresh Google app to help you over this Wednesday hump?

Google Handwriting Input just launched in the Play Store, giving us another Google-made keyboard to try out. As its name suggests, Google Handwriting Input will let you write words and emojis with or without a stylus, and then the app will interpret what you’ve written and insert it into a text field. Google says that the app supports 82 languages, print and cursive, and “hundreds” of emojis.


Google’s new keyboard is compatible with Android 4.0.3 or higher, including both phones and tablets. In my time with the app, it seemed to recognize my print and cursive writing pretty well, even when I intentionally made it pretty sloppy. And if you’re trying to come up with the perfect emoji, you can just draw it out and let Google try to guess what you’re feeling.

You can grab Google Handwriting Input from the link below.

Source: Google Play: Google Handwriting Input

Editorial Director of News and Content for PhoneDog Media. Arsenal, beer, video games. Can be followed on Twitter at @alw.

    Most Tweeted This Week