Gboard

Google’s Gboard For Android Keyboard Now Supports 300+ Languages

Google has made an announcement that Gboard, its mobile keyboard, now supports over 300 languages on Android. Two of the notable additions among the more than 20 languages that Google has added to Gboard are traditional and simplified Chinese and Korean.  Google is also working on bringing support to lesser-known and used languages, like Manx and Maori. According …

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Latest Updates To Gboard For Android Include A ‘Search All Media’ Feature

In a report from 9to5Google, Google is coming out with new beta features for its Gboard for Android.  These features make it possible for users to search all media from the Google-designed keyboard. “Alongside specific keyboards for emoji, stickers, and GIFs, there is a new interface that can search all categories. It is the first tab and …

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Latest Gboard iPhone Updates Include Access To Maps, YouTube & A New Drawing Feature

With the latest Gboard updates from Google for iPhone, users can easily access YouTube and Maps via the search-enabled keyboard and includes a new “Ink” drawing feature. When you tap the ‘G’ to open Gboard, you’ll see a ‘YouTube’ and a ‘Maps’ option appear.  These options makes it possible to add your current location via maps or …

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Gboard For Android Gets New Ways To Search For Emojis & Phrase Suggestions

Google has updated its Gboard again this year, and this time, they added new emoji search features, phrase suggestions and multiple search results for Android users. If a user is able to draw recognizable figures on their phones, they are able to search for an emoji by drawing it directly on their screen.  According to Google, …

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Gboard Adds New Languages, Voice Typing, New Emojis & Doodles

Recently, Google updated their iOS keyboard extension, Gboard.  In this update, 15 new languages, voice typing, new emojis and Google doodles have been added. The new languages include Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Catalan, Hungarian, Malay, Russian, Latin American Spanish and Turkish. To add these languages to Gboard, go to “Languages” > …

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Google iOS App Gets New Local Search Filters, More AMP Support & Gboard Access

The latest version of Google’s app for iOS has been released on February 16th, and it comes packed with new local search filters, more AMP support and Gboard access. Google has added more local search filters to version 23.0, including “Top Rated” and “Open Now” to the app, as well as the ability to turn on …

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Google Launches Gboard Keyboard Features On Android Devices

There are multiple reports saying that Gboard, Google’s keyboard designed specifically for iOS devices, is now available for Android devices. A report found on The Verge claims that a Google Keyboard update is bringing Gboard features to Android, including the integrated search function, the emoji search tool, as well as new shortcuts. “It’s currently available only as an …

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Gboard Gets Its First Major Update With Internationalization, Smart GIF Suggestions & Custom Keyboards

On August 4th, Google announced the first large update to their iOS keyboard, Gboard, since its initial launch  on May 12. With the update, users will see international and language support, smart GIF suggestions and a way to customize the keyboard look and feel. One of the cool features of Gboard is the GIF feature, and it’s …

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