Google has just launched a new way for users to go about entering their search queries into the almighty search engine. Dubbed Google Handwrite, this new search feature will allow users to enter handwritten search terms via their device's handy touchscreen displays, which will undoubtedly save a lot of time and prevent a lot of typos. Google Handwrite should work with just about any type of touchscreen-equipped mobile Internet-capable device, and that includes not just tablets but also smartphones. Bear in mind, however, that this search feature is still in the experimental stage and so might exhibit problems or minor issues to certain users.
What Else You Need To Know:
- Google Handwrite can be enabled through a user's search preferences and by tapping a toolbar after visiting the google.com home page.
Today, in addition to its big Fiber announcement, Google launched a new way to... well, Google.- David Pierce, The Verge
If you’re like me and you have fat fingers that don’t do well when presented with a tiny touchscreen keyboard, then Google‘s new Handwrite search might just be what you’re looking for.- Eric Abent, Android Community
- Google Handwrite lets you write out searches on a phone or tablet
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