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We have been noticing several people on social media commenting about the problems they are facing with the Google’s keyboard for Android – Gboard. It looks like they are not able to use the keyboard smoothly like before after the recent update. Gboard crashed on many of these user’s devices while it also locked some of them out of their phones while using it. Read More
Google’s keyboard ‘Gboard‘ started out with just 100 languages back in 2016 and in just a span of 2 years, it has reached a figure of 500 languages which is simply incredible. Google revealed these figures in a blog post and said that Gboard now also include some rare dialects like Nigerian Pidgin, Rangpuri, Balinese, and Pontic Greek and also around 40 new writing systems such as Cyrillic and Roman alphabets. Read More
Google is making good advancement in the AI technology and has now added a new feature on Android’s Gboard. You will get the GIF button which will give you suggestions based on what you type on the chat window. You can choose among the various GIF’s, stickers and emoji’s to express your feelings in the fastest way. This is so far the best addition on the Gboard which was release back in the year 2016. Read More
Google recently launched a new keyboard application called “Gboard” for iOS. A few months ago, it was reported by The Verge that Google had been working on a new keyboard for the iPhone with features like no other keyboard offers. Gboard released 4 days ago with features that were not available with your regular iPhone keyboard and also incorporate features that you would generally expect to have in an App developed by Google.
The latest Android 11 Beta includes support for 62 new emojis, the number goes up to 117 emojis along with variations. Interestingly, this is the first official announcement made by Google in the context of the new upcoming operating system. The Consortium responsible for maintaining the global standard for emoji, had released the Unicode emoji 13.0 list earlier in the month of January. Read More
iOS 13 is finally out for iPhone users and it could not come at a better time after the launch of the new iPhone 11 models. The key feature of this new update is the support for dark mode which the users have been anticipating since a long time. Most importantly, iOS 13 will be compatible with iPhone 6S / iPhone SE or later. Here are the five best features for iOS 13: Read More
It is 2019, new Android keyboard Apps are being launched everyday. The default keyboard App that comes on your Android phone gets pretty boring after using it for a while. If you are looking for something different other than the plain and simple looking keyboard, there are a variety of keyboard Apps on the Play Store. We have made the search easier for you with our list of the five best android keyboard apps for Android: Read More