The original Palm OS featured a single-stroke input method called Graffiti to allow users to write characters out quickly through a touch interface. While it definitely may have taken some getting used to as certain character gestures were reworked to be slightly altered versions of their alphabet alternatives, it has developed quite a little following of fans over the years. Those craving the same experience on their Android phones can now enjoy Graffiti all over again thanks to Access.
Graffiti for Android brings everything you might remember from the Palm OS version down to the same input screen and help menus. Input via Graffiti can be recognized system-wide. Find the app for free in the market now.
Fuente: Android Phone Fans