Gesture Enabled Writing Within Any App With Touch-Writer GLASS (Video)

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  • 10 Oct 2012
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  • Developers are constantly working on new ways to interact with our smartphone at different levels. Improved voice typing has now been integrated with version 4.x of thee Android OS and works great but typing is still by far the most used method of communicating using our smartphone.

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    Touch-Writer GLASS is a new way of typing from any app using gestures similar to handwriting  The keyboard itself consists of a transparent area that can be resized using pinch-to-zoom gestures while the bottom part acts as space and delete functions. Typing using this input method is easy, you just glide your finger as precise as you can on the transparent area to form letters. You swipe upwards for upper case and similar gestures can also be used for enter, copy/paste, selection and other useful functions.

    The app offers a quick tutorial to help you fast learn all the different types of interaction. The keyboard can also learn your spelling and you can give it access to the most popular accounts, such as Facebook or Twitter, to learn your typing style. If you find handwriting to be to much for you, you can bring up a more close to standard keyboard. Unfortunately the auto-correct feature is only available for English.

    Touch-Writer GLASS  can be purchased for a very convenient price from the Play Store.

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