Google has today rolled out a new update to its Google Gesture Search service which brings with it support of over 40 languages, and is now available to download from the Google Play Store for free.
The Google Gesture Search app has been designed to provide users with an easy way to use handwriting or gestures to preform Google searches via Android device.
The new Google Gesture Search update 2.1.1. also brings transliteration which is also supported by the 40+ languages and the ability to search multilingual contents by drawing native characters.
“Gesture Search lets you quickly access contacts, applications, settings, music and bookmarks on your Android device by drawing letters or numbers. It continuously refines search results as you add each gesture, and becomes better as it learns from your search history.”
For more information on the new Google Gesture Search app jump over to the Google Play Store website for details, and a list of frequently asked questions regarding Google Gesture Search can be found here.