Microsoft released their OneNote app for Google’s Android Wear platform last month, and now the company has released a new keyboard application for Android Wear devices.
The Android Wear keyboard app from Microsoft is called the ‘Analog Keyboard’, the software is a prototype at the moment, although you can download it for your device.
The video below shows how the Microsoft Analog Keyboard app works on Android Wear devices, and we can see it in action on a Motorola Moto 360 smartwatch.
As you can see from the video, the Analog Keyboard app allows you to enter text by writing letters on the display of the Moto 360, it certainly looks interesting from the video.
You can find out more details about the new Analog Keyboard app for Google’s Android Wear devices over at Microsoft Research at the link below, there is a download link and also details on how to install the application.
Video Credit Tom Warren
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