Gboard for Android Now Supports Chinese and Korean
Google is adding 22 new languages to Gboard for Android, including Chinese (traditional and simplified) and Korean. Google says these were the top two language requests for Gboard, which now supports more than 300 languages, or 74% of the world's population. In addition to major additions such as Chinese and Korean, Google added Fulani, a language chiefly spoken in Guinea. Google says the new languages will reach all Gboard users worldwide over the next few days. Google's swiping keyboard is free to download from the Google Play Store.
Voice Typing in Google Search, GBoard for Android Gains 30 New Languages
Aug 14, 2017
Google today updated its Google Search and GBoard applications for Android devices and expanded the number of languages supported in voice typing by 30. Google said it worked with native speakers of these languages from around the world to build the needed speech sample data.
GBoard for Android Adds Editing and Customization Tools
Apr 27, 2017
GBoard for Android gained a handful of helpful new features thanks to a fresh update from Google. The keyboard application now comes with a dedicated text editing mode that includes buttons for common actions such as copy, cut, and paste.
Google's GBoard App for Android Lets You Draw Emoji
Jun 12, 2017
Google today updated its GBoard keyboard application for Android handsets and made it possible for people to draw emoji. In the emoji search tool, GBoard can recognize finger-scrawled pictures and then automatically insert the correct emoji into your text.
GBoard for Android Gains Stickers and Bitmoji
Aug 31, 2017
Google today updated its GBoard mobile keyboard application for Android devices and added a handful of new, interactive features. Chiefly, the app gains support for stickers, which you can now slap into messages.