If typing is too much effort for you or you don't enjoy pecking at small buttons on your screen, then you might enjoy the art of handwriting a lot more. And in that case, you're probably using Google Handwriting Input (or a similar keyboard) to satisfy all your scribbling needs.
After adding a few languages in its 1.5 update, the app is now receiving more of them in version 1.7 and improving support for several existing languages. The new additions are: Corsican, Hawaiian, Kazakh, Luxembourgish, Samoan, Scottish Gaelic, Shona, Tajik, Uzbek, and Western Frisian.
The app also now supports Android N so you can install it on your Nexus devices if you're running a developer preview build, and has more emojis. Here's the full changelog followed by the link to download it on the Play Store. You can also grab it from APK Mirror if that suits you better.
• Adds recognition support for Corsican, Hawaiian, Kazakh, Luxembourgish, Samoan, Scottish Gaelic, Shona, Tajik, Uzbek, and Western Frisian.
• Accuracy improvements for several languages.
• Adds support for additional Emoji.
• Android N compatibility.
• Various bug fixes.