Use handwriting to input text on Android with MyScript Stylus
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When MyScript Calculator by Vision Objects landed on the Google Play store, the handwriting recognition was said to be top-notch. Taking their technology a step further, the company released MyScript Notes Mobile, which lets you handwrite words directly onto the screen and have them converted to text.
Their most recent app takes the same handwriting functionality of the Notes Mobile app and lets you use it system-wide on your Android device, replacing the keyboard. You don’t have to use a stylus to do the writing, though it might be a bit faster and more precise. Ready to try it on your device? Here’s how to get started:
Step 1: Install a copy of the MyScript Stylus Beta from the Google Play Store.
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