Google is constantly working on improving the user experience of their mobile website and keeps on thinking of new way of making searching from mobile device more comfortable – a great example of this is their latest update, which added support for handwriting recognition for the mobile version of google.com . The only thing you have to do to gain access to this new feature is to enable it from the options on the website itself and that’s it – after you’ve done this you can just write what you’re looking for with your finger and the results will be displayed.
This new feature is, of course, still experimental and works better with some browser than with others – on Android, for instance, you’d be best off relying on Google’s own browser – Chrome (if your device is running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, of course). The function itself is supported by every Android device running 2.3 or higher and iPhones running at least iOS 5. It currently has support for 27 languages, though more are sure to come in the recent future. B. A.