Google Scribe

September 8, 2010 by staff 

Google Scribe, Google has launched a new web service called Google Scribe, the company latest in a line of auto-oriented tools to help users complete tasks faster.

Escribano, launched quietly at Google Labs in August, provides a user interface kind of notebook. The experiment is currently available in English only.

Users can write words, and Scribe Google will offer suggestions in a dropdown. If a user likes one of the suggestions, he or she can press enter or direct access number and the Clerk will plug in the word.

The good news is that users can simply ignore the suggestions of all if you do not fit the message the author wishes to convey.

Instead, users looking for a little fun can keep hitting enter just to create some silly or stupid phrases and paragraphs. ReadWriteWeb is right to compare this practice to Mad Libraries for children.

Users can also select whether to receive suggestions always, “on demand” and use the Tab key or never.

The good news is Google Scribe can be used on any Web page with the bookmarklet Google Escribano. From the Google homepage Escribano, users can drag the bookmarklet Google Enter below the text box to your bookmarks or favorites toolbar.

Then, to enable Google clerk in a Web page, users simply click the bookmarklet Escribano. Text fields will be enabled Escribano Escribano icon in the upper corner of the active field.

If this function is very similar to Google Suggest feature that’s because it is, though instead of just working for the search, Scribe works on almost any webpage.

In fact, to test the similarity Clerk works to Suggest, eWEEK use the bookmarklet Type in the Google search box. Search Suggestions addition of Google Suggest, suggestions Scribe words fell on the Suggest options.

The suggestions are superimposed above the law clerk Suggest options, making it impossible to see if the words were the same.

It makes no sense now, if this technology will be very embraced beyond Google Labs

Some people think would benefit from entry clerk mobile, although it is debatable whether the world needs another method of text input, the automatic completion of research and applications such as handwriting and gesture gave Google is in the mix and voice search is so clearly the access point in future smartphones.

Scribe news comes to light that Google is preparing to launch live streaming search or an event on September 8.

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