The latest update for Gboard on Android brings support for 40 additional languages, including native input for Japanese, which, along with other non-Latin script languages, was up until now relegated to a separate input method. This update for Gboard rounds up the total number of supported languages to 120, Android Police reports.
Google has just announced a new update will be rolled out to Gboard users on Android devices in the next few days. As the title says, the new update introduces downloadable stickers and adds support for Bitmoji.
With the latest update, Gboard users will be able to share stickers and Bitmoji in any application that allows for image pasting, including most messaging apps available for Android devices. Once the newest version of Gboard for Android is installed on your phone, you will be able to download stickers packs or the Bitmoji app via Google Play.
You’ll be able to use either of …
New improvements are coming to Google’s apps, the search giant announced. Starting today, voice typing to 30 languages and locales around the world is available in Gboard on Android, Voice Search and more.With the latest update, Google’s speech recognition will support 119 language varieties in multiple apps.
Among the new languages added today, Google mentions support for ancient languages like Georgian. Support for many Indian languages has been added too, along with two of Africa’s largest languages, Swahili and Amharic.
Google is used machine learning models when it added these …
Gboard, Google’s official keyboard app, received an update earlier today, although only on iOS.
iPhone and iPad users who have Gboard installed on their devices can now access Google Maps and YouTube directly from the keyboard, just by tapping on the G button located on the upper left side. This way, it’s easier than ever to share your current location, or maybe a funny YouTube video, with friends – without switching apps.
Another new feature that the updated Gboard (version 1.8.0) brings is called Ink – you can find it by tapping on the emoji button, then on the dedicated pen button. …
Google’s Gboard is one of the most popular keyboards on Android and iOS, and for good reasons. Backed by the company’s mighty search engine and the wits of its ever-evolving machine learning tech, Gboard is already one of the smartest keyboards around, but it gets even smarter in the latest update (now rolling out on Google Play). Some of the new features introduced in the update are aimed at cutting down typing time and making the app more efficient, while others are simply there for fun. So, let’s see what’s changed.
The Gmail Android app is next in line to receive GIF keyboard support, which goes live in the latest update for the app (v. 18.104.22.168698241).
Gboard’s GIF search function has been gaining a lot of traction in the last couple of months, with many apps adding support for animated shenanigans due to popular demand, including WhatsApp and Facebook messenger, but we never would have thought that Gmail would go the same route.
I mean, when was the last time when you wrote an email and thought, “I sure could spice things up with a GIF or two! My business associates …
Are you a rebel, using Google products on your iPhone 7 Plus? Well, we have good news for you, then. Gboard, Google’s keyboard app, is getting an update.
First of all, Google included more languages to the supported ones for Gboard. The keyboard can now work in Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Catalan, Hungarian, Malay, Russian, Latin American Spanish and Turkish. In order to use one of those languages, you can go to Languages > Add Language from inside the Gboard app.
Google has also beefed up the emoji support for Gboard. Users can now …