Handwritten text can be searched on iPad

With styluses becoming more popular for iPads, writing on the screen can be a great way to get some thoughts out quickly or write in long-form. But what happens when iPad screen repair is needed? Should you stop writing? No! Send it over to iResQ for some easy iPad repair.

A broken iPad can mean a lot of inconveniences, such as not being able to use cool new apps and programs. One such app comes from PhatWare can recognize handwriting and allows people to search for words or phrases within the document.

"The beauty of PhatPad as a note-taking, collaboration and brainstorming tool, is that it allows users to draw pictures, jot notes, or put a mixture of pictures, drawings, handwritten and typed text on a virtual scratch pad," said Stan Miasnikov, president of PhatWare Corp. "By enabling users to search handwritten text, PhatPad makes their own handwriting just as functional as an input method as tapping in text."

With the iResQ Advantage, people can send their iPads in, get it diagnosed and have it repaired and returned quickly. If a broken screen or another type of hardware issue is limiting your iPad's functionality, send it over to iResQ to get it checked out.

Marcelina Hardy

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