How to use Scribble on iPad 14 on your iPad
Apple has added Scribble to the iPad 14, which uses handwriting recognition and gestures to allow the pencil to enter and edit text in applications. Here’s how to use the feature.
Scribble is Apple’s latest attempt to improve how you use your iPod for productivity by reducing the need to stop using the Apple Pencil. Text editing feature, changes can be made to Scribble text and text can be entered, all using Apple’s stylus tool, not just the keyboard.
Generally, if you want to add text to the application’s text box or change the text in the document, you can switch to the software keyboard or keyboard appendix to make the necessary changes. This can be difficult for users who use an Apple pencil because they know how to hold the stylus before typing.
By enabling text changes and access through handwriting recognition and Apple Pencil gestures, it can allow users to make changes in such cases faster than ever before.
Since it is included as part of the iPad 14, it will be enabled automatically throughout the operating system, in some
How to turn Scribble on and off on iPods
- Open the Settings’ app.