Title: Google Handwriting
Platform: Android (4.0.3 or later)
Google Handwriting is an app that works as an alternate keyboard to give Android users access to data wells through your scribbles.
Apps like Penultimate and Evernote have long enable handwriting input for searching content, but Google is a more “full-featured” handwriting-to-digital-text tool.
The really exceptional thing about Google Handwriting is how exponentially more accurate the writing-to-text translations manage to be, however sketchy the writing, as demonstrated below:
Part of the reason for the prediction quality: Google’s optical text recognition has fine-tuned through Google Book project. Predictably, you can add your feedback on the accuracy of the handwriting translation to their database, but the default leaves this in-app reporting off. Continue reading App of the Week: Google Handwriting