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mazec3 Handwriting Recognition


* This is the English handwriting recognition app.
* Handwriting recognition add-ons for French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), and Korean are available as in-app-billing apps.
* If you have “7notes with mazec”, you don’t have to purchase this app for the English handwriting recognition.

“mazec3” is the state-of-the-art handwriting recognition engine which allows you to change your handwriting to text messages during or even after your handwriting. In particular, using with MetaMoJi’s applications such as MetaMoJi Note or 7notes, it enables you to mix handwriting recognition into your standard Android experience, removing the reliance on the software keyboard.

The app contains three input modes; Convert, Stroke, and Keyboard. Your handwritten letters are converted into text in the Convert mode. You can choose the best words or phrases from the list of alternatives. Using MetaMoJi Note or 7notes, you can enter your handwriting as it is in the applications in the Stroke mode. The handwritten letters can be converted later at any time. The Keyboard mode allows you to enter characters as you type in the other apps. This mode assists you to insert words that have not been registered in the mazec3’s dictionaries such as e-mail addresses or URLs.

Now you can take notes faster and easier in a wide variety of situations such as during a phone call, attending lectures, meeting with customers, and commuting. The application delivers the power of human touch, to offer solutions that eliminate the barriers between smartphone and tablet users and their keyboards. The handwriting recognition features can be used within other Android applications such as e-mail, Twitter, blogging apps, thanks to the mazec technology.

mazec3 features include:
- Real time conversation from handwriting
- Conversion after handwriting (only inside text boxes in MetaMoJi Note and 7notes)
- Stroke input with smooth inking (only for MetaMoJi Note and 7notes)
- Software keyboard to support entering unrecognized words or phrases
- Cross application handwriting recognition available
- Customizing user-defined text in the user dictionary (only in English and Japanese)
- Learning previously-entered words and phrases

Recent changes:
2014/08/12 ver.1.9.9
- Bug fixes

2014/03/24 ver.1.9.8
- Bug fixes

2014/02/01 ver.1.9.7
- Bug fixes

2013/12/09 ver.1.9.6
- Changed UI
- Added words to dictionaries
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$8.88
78
3.9
User ratings
133
Installs
1,000+
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File size
15140 kb
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About mazec3 Handwriting Recognition
* This is the English handwriting recognition app.
* Handwriting recognition add-ons for French, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Japanese, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), and Korean are available as in-app-billing apps.
* If you have “7notes with mazec”, you don’t have to purchase this app for the English handwriting recognition.

“mazec3” is the state-of-the-art handwriting recognition engine which allows you to change your handwriting to text messages during or even after your handwriting. In particular, using with MetaMoJi’s applications such as MetaMoJi Note or 7notes, it enables you to mix handwriting recognition into your standard Android experience, removing the reliance on the software keyboard.

The app contains three input modes; Convert, Stroke, and Keyboard. Your handwritten letters are converted into text in the Convert mode. You can choose the best words or phrases from the list of alternatives. Using MetaMoJi Note or 7notes, you can enter your handwriting as it is in the applications in the Stroke mode. The handwritten letters can be converted later at any time. The Keyboard mode allows you to enter characters as you type in the other apps. This mode assists you to insert words that have not been registered in the mazec3’s dictionaries such as e-mail addresses or URLs.

Now you can take notes faster and easier in a wide variety of situations such as during a phone call, attending lectures, meeting with customers, and commuting. The application delivers the power of human touch, to offer solutions that eliminate the barriers between smartphone and tablet users and their keyboards. The handwriting recognition features can be used within other Android applications such as e-mail, Twitter, blogging apps, thanks to the mazec technology.

mazec3 features include:
- Real time conversation from handwriting
- Conversion after handwriting (only inside text boxes in MetaMoJi Note and 7notes)
- Stroke input with smooth inking (only for MetaMoJi Note and 7notes)
- Software keyboard to support entering unrecognized words or phrases
- Cross application handwriting recognition available
- Customizing user-defined text in the user dictionary (only in English and Japanese)
- Learning previously-entered words and phrases

Recent changes:
2014/08/12 ver.1.9.9
- Bug fixes

2014/03/24 ver.1.9.8
- Bug fixes

2014/02/01 ver.1.9.7
- Bug fixes

2013/12/09 ver.1.9.6
- Changed UI
- Added words to dictionaries

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A Google User
Sep 18, 2014
works fine with my galaxy tab 2 . I am happy with its performance. Long words sometime create problem. Gap between Letters also create problem. overall its a good app.
A Google User
Aug 26, 2014
Works great This app works amazingly well. As a Galaxy note 10.1 2014 edition user, however, my main gripe is that there is no palm rejection at all. This can be very bothersome. However, the handwriting recognition is near perfect. The app is very quick. I have used this app to write in both English and German and it worked very well for both these languages. I have noticed that the app does not seem to recognize time if you use a colon to separate hours and minutes, e.g. 12:30.
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Works great This app works amazingly well. As a Galaxy note 10.1 2014 edition user, however, my main gripe is that there is no palm rejection at all. This can be very bothersome. However, the handwriting recognition is near perfect. The app is very quick. I have used this app to write in both English and German and it worked very well for both these languages.
A Google User
Aug 15, 2014
Fantastic! Awesome recognition and very handy when combined with Note Anytime.
A Google User
Jul 25, 2014
Half-baked English works more or less. The other Western / Cyrillic languages are problematic. App is sorely missing the ability to turn off word prediction and give a letter-by-letter recognition. Overall, not worth it, except for English. Haven't tried the JP version which may do a better job.