Tablet and smartphone owners looking to activate the new Handwrite feature will have to head to Google.com, and hit the ‘Settings icon. These users should then be able to enable the Handwrite setting.
Handwrite allows smartphone and tablet users to write all over their device’s screen, and offers up word suggestions depending on what has been written. The web search tool currently supports up to 27 languages.
Google says that Handwrite works best on Chrome and Android devices, with the feature supported on handsets running at Android 2.3 or above and tablets running at least Android 4.0. However, Google Handwrite also supports Apple’s iOS 5 and the tool worked very well on my iPad 2 (iOS 5.1.1).