Google is now letting you perform searches by just scribbling a few letters on the face of your phone or tablet. Handwrite is a new function on iOS and Android that should help you search for and find stuff more quickly.

To use it, you just have to go to google.com on your device, and enable Handwrite in your Search Settings. After that, you can draw a few letters anywhere on the page, and after a moment pause, the text will be dumped into the search bar, with autocomplete options, and the keyboard. Looks really convenient for when you're running around, or know exactly what you're looking for, but don't want to type out a full name.

Plus, it's not like mobile keyboards are thaaaat much better than what you'd get with your finger.

You Can Now Search Google by Hand-Writing Words on Your Phone or Tablet

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