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 rolled out a new update for Gboard Keyboard App last night and there is a new interesting hidden in there. The users who received the update noticed a floating keyboard that they can switch on and take the keyboard to any part of the screen. Also, the floating keyboard can be tapped on and glided away as you wish to. Read More
iOS now sports the smartest keyword ever. It now has something called “QuickType” which will feature predictive texting. The iOS keyboard will now display words which it thinks would possibly be the next word that you want to type. The keyboard now also follows you conversation so it instantly displays the right words for you so you can simply tap on it and get it delivered across. Read More
Love the bigger and better keyboard in Gingerbread? Can’t wait till Gingerbread becomes available for your Android phone? Here’s a solution from XDA-Developers. A user has uploaded an APK of the new Gingerbread keyboard which can be used on Froyo as well as Eclair without requiring a rooted Android device.