Android App for Chinese fingerwriting??

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Android App for Chinese fingerwriting??

Postby Confuzius » 12 Feb 2012, 02:02

I just bought the Asus eeslider tablet, which so far seems super sweet (typin on her now).

I have seen people with smart phones here in TW type Chinese characters by using their fingers as though it were a pen/brush and then the app recognizes what character it is. I was wondering if anyone knew of one that works with android software (as this is the software which the asus eepad slider uses).

Thanks!!!
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Re: Android App for Chinese fingerwriting??

Postby burritofan » 12 Feb 2012, 06:11

Hanwriting IME will do the trick for you (you can find it on Android market). If you're looking for handwriting input for a dictionary, I highly recommend Pleco.
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Re: Android App for Chinese fingerwriting??

Postby Confuzius » 12 Feb 2012, 23:47

burritofan wrote:Hanwriting IME will do the trick for you (you can find it on Android market). If you're looking for handwriting input for a dictionary, I highly recommend Pleco.


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