Anonymous, 17 Mar 2010I dont get the pictures for this....
you gesture "H" then "N" and someh... moreThis is a fault tolerant design. This is not handwriting recognition in true sense, it takes error into account. Like an H and A are quite similar to write. So, they include both in the result. But, results with H are given preference (comes first). Those who think this a naive tool, this is very useful and so far worked like a charm (no bug).
Tattoo, Android 1.6
Milestone, Android 2.0.1
Fragmented OS. LOL.
Hi here's your brand new Android phone, oh by the way it's only 1.6, so no Google Maps Navigation of Live Wallpaper for you!
Watch out google, here comes apple with the patent file. these days they have a patent for everything.
Man u people seem small things amazes u all
i had UIQ3 n it had gr8 handwriting recognition....n it was 2 yurs ago.... now i see how smart is yur smart phone lol
m_device, 17 Mar 2010These guys from google have no ideias to create a software.what is this?! Looks like kids work.nobody forces you to use such a feature. If you dont like it dont used it.
It seems that you are a NoKia fan!
I dont get the pictures for this....
you gesture "H" then "N" and somehow you end up with Andy??
Looks to me exactly like handwriting recognition!! You write H, it searches words starting with H, and goes on and on. What's the diff?
I have a question here. If this release is just for the testing purpose, it would have release to all the devices as a beta? What you say about this?
come on guys release the HTC Desire already!
Need that plethora of Droids to take flight!!!
These guys from google have no ideias to create a software.what is this?! Looks like kids work.