Google Handwriting Input now supports Sinhala

Google already let you tap and swipe with your thumb and fingers to peck out text on your Android device. You could dictate to your phone or tablet, too. Now they’ve got a new app that lets you use your fingerpen to compose messages.

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Handwriting Input landed in Google Play a few days ago, and it brings a Galaxy Note S Pen-style input experience to any Android device. However until today the app was not available in Play Store if you had browsed from Sri Lanka. Now it supports 82 languages including Sinhala. Just switch inputs from your default keyboard to Handwriting and you can trace words on-screen using your finger (or a stylus, or a sausage, etc.) instead.

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