Microsoft develops app for handwriting input on Android Wear




Microsoft has a ‘keyboard’ developed for the Android operating system Wear. The software works with handwritten input. For now it is a early version of the software, which is only compatible with the Moto 360.

The research division of Microsoft put version 0.1 of Analogue Keyboard online. Users who are interested in the app for handwriting input can download it just like the instructions for installation. Input is possible by writing. Characters on the “watch face ‘of the watch

According to Microsoft, it still an early version which only works on the Moto 360 from Motorola. The makers say that a display is needed with a resolution of 320×320 pixels square. Likely to get future versions of the app enhanced support for smart watches Wear on the Android operating system.

Smart Watches generally use speech input. The screen of smart watches is too small to have a full keyboard display. On


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