PhatWare Corporation. I hate virtual keyboards. I love the touch interface of phones and tablets for browsing, or reading newspapers, magazines or books, and for just about any content consumption. However, tapping my fingers on a virtual keyboard is slow going. The smaller the screen, the tougher it is for my big fingers. So, the promise of handwriting recognition has always held a fascination for me. What if I could just use my fingers to write cursive, or print letters? With updated Version 2.2 of WritePad, PhatWare may have finally done it for Android phones and tablets. Free to download, and less than ten bucks to buy, if you like writing instead of typing on a screen, you should try this. I really like being able to tap back and forth between keyboard and writing screen. And, this really brings me back to the early days of Palm computing, and Graffiti. Now, I can write, print, tap, or talk to my phone and tablet. When I can think text and have it appear, I will have Nirvana. Until then, I have WritePad.