Google Handwrite now available for Indian users

By Kul Bhushan | Published on 11 Sep 2012
Google Handwrite now available for Indian users

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Searching on Google has greatly evolved over the years, starting from normal query typing to voice search, to instant results and search by images as well. Google recently took the one step further in making Google search easier for its mobile users by adding handwriting recognition. Known as Google Handwrite, the feature supports over 20 different languages, and is now also available for Indian users.

To activate Handwrite, users need to visit on the web browser. Go to the settings, and enable the Handwrite settings. Click save to confirm the changes.

To use the feature, tap the icon on the bottom right corner of the screen. It's notable Handwrite lets you scribble on any part of the screen along with the search box. Google Handwrite also works in the background. There's also support for autocomplete.

Handwrite feature is available for Android v2.3 and iOS 5 devices. Meanwhile, find out how the Google Handwrite feature works in the video below. You can learn more Tips and Tricks for Google Handwrite here.

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