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Microsoft’s Android Wear keyboard lets you draw letters on your smartwatch

Microsoft was quick to back Android Wear last month with the release of a new OneNote app, and the company is continuing to support Google’s smartwatches today with a new keyboard. Released as a prototype custom keyboard for Android Wear, Microsoft’s “analog keyboard” lets you enter text by drawing handwritten letters on a smartwatch screen. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and the Moto 360, and you’re able to draw letters and even special characters and numbers freely.

The idea of a keyboard on a watch is still something that doesn’t appeal to everyone. Minuum and others have tried their own take, but voice input is still far more superior and easier to use. Google hasn’t built its own keyboard for…

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Source: theverge.com

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