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Now, Android users can draw emojis, write messages with Google’s new Handwriting Input


London: With Google rolling out a new Handwriting Input for Android, you will now be able to draw emojis on your own and write messages on the screen of your smartphone.

The app supports printed and cursive writing in 82 languages as well as hand-drawn emojis, reported The Verge.

It can work with or without a stylus and is especially useful for writing messages in languages with expansive alphabets like Mandarin.

Google Handwriting Input is available on Google Play Store and will run on Android 4.0.3 and up.

This is the first time that the tech giant is bringing support for handwriting tools across all of Android.