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Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Gmail, Docs Get Handwriting Feature


A new Google feature for Gmail and Google Docs lets users handwrite their text using their computer mouse or trackpad.

"Whether you?re a student trying to include a foreign phrase in your paper or an international consultant hoping to begin your message with a friendly local greeting, now you?ll be able to use your own handwriting to input words directly into Gmail and Google Docs with your mouse or trackpad," Google said in a blog post.

Besides English, the handwriting feature support for Chinese, Japanese, Hindi and Russian.

Google said the feature will be supported for more than 20 languages in Google Docs and more than 50 in Gmail.




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