As the days are passing by same as the technology is also advancing now a days there are a lot of ways of entering data on to a smartphone or tablet and this inputing method is going on increasing for example now a days voice dictation are proving to be useful on iOS and Android devices. Now google is slightly changing its trend about data input. It is now bringing an option to introduce handwriting support for search on mobile devices. Once the option has been enabled on the mobile search settings page, users need only draw on the screen with their finger to write out their search query to have it magically converted to text.
So to get started you neeed to move on to m.google.com then scroll down a bit and click on settings tab, then you can easily enable the Handwriting option. Now everytime you go back to the home page, a new handwriting icon should appear in the bottom right of the screen. Tapping that will let you scribble over the screen, and tapping it again will revert to regular search. Using it briefly, it seems to work as advertised, although we had two minor quibbles.
Remember that smart phone or tablet surface is very little so you might not have space for your sentence it is therefore recommended that you better stick to small notes.The system would occasionally try and convert handwriting to text before we’d finished drawing. It’s probably a little bit too sensitive, or maybe we’re just remarkably slow scribblers. If you want to try it out for yourself, you’ll need an iOS 5 device, an Android phone running 2.3 and up, or an Android tablet running 4.0 and up. Here’s a video below check it out.