Microsoft announces keyboard for Android Wear platform

Microsoft announces keyboard for Android Wear platform

Microsoft has announced, what it is calling an "analog" keyboard for Android Wear devices. The keyboard is still considered a prototype, so its not quite ready for public use, but you can see it in action in the following video.

The keyboard recognizes hand written text you input with your finger, and is even capable of recognising special characters, along with numbers and letters. The keyboard supports square screens with a 320 x 320 resolution and even the round display on the Motorola Moto 360

When using the keyboard, you simply write in the letter, number, punctuation or special character that you want. While you are drawing on a cursor, the top of the screen prints out what you have just written.

In the video you see the keyboard used for messaging or even searching for something online. If you are interested in trying out the keyboard on your Android Wear device, you can download it using the source link below.

source - Microsoft (download)

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