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Gboard adds Morse code keyboard on iOS, offers training game

Gboard adds Morse code keyboard on iOS, offers training game

Google has brought Morse code to its Gboard for iOS mobile keyboard, enabling iPhone users to access a vital communication tool. Google previously introduced the support on Gboard for Android, doing so in partnership with Tania Finlayson, developer and Morse code expert. The Android version of the tool supports external witches to help users with limited mobility.

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Gboard custom GIF creation finally comes to Android

Gboard custom GIF creation finally comes to Android

Gboard, the third-party keyboard from Google, has been a popular tool on both Android and iOS for some time now. Interestingly, one of its newest and coolest features, custom GIF creation, has been limited to the iOS version of Gboard since its debut in January. Until now. The new Make a GIF option is finally making its way to Android, albeit as a beta, and unfortunately only on certain devices. At least it's better late than never.

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Gboard spell checker is broken: here are the best alternatives

Gboard spell checker is broken: here are the best alternatives

If you're a Gboard user, you've likely noticed by now that something's not quite right with the app's spell checker. It's not unusual for it to ignore misspelled words or even recommend misspellings, leaving users frustrated when a mistake makes its way into a post or email. The company still hasn't fixed the issue, so instead we're here with a list of the best alternatives for switching.

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Gboard Go for low-power Android 8.1 phones out now [APK Download]

Gboard Go for low-power Android 8.1 phones out now [APK Download]

It was less than two months ago that Google rolled out Android 8.1 and, with it, Android Go, the super lightweight configuration-not-version of Android for extremely constrained phones. Along with Android Go came a set of “Go” apps designed specifically to consume less data and less RAM. One app, however, was late to the party and is sneaking in quietly. Gboard Go is now available for compatible smartphones, bringing the same keyboard goodness Android users love but without the whimsical cruft.

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Gboard keyboard for Android gets Bitmoji and downloadable stickers

Gboard keyboard for Android gets Bitmoji and downloadable stickers

Google has just announced an update to its mobile keyboard for Android, Gboard, that makes it easy to express whatever your emotions are. Google is rolling out the update over the next few days, so you may not be seeing it right now. If you are, though, you now have the ability to download stickers and insert them directly into your conversations from the Google keyboard. The same goes for Bitmoji.

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Google voice recognition update makes it even easier to talk to your phone

Google voice recognition update makes it even easier to talk to your phone

Gboard on Android and Google's Voice Search are getting quite a significant update today. The company announced today that it is adding 30 new languages and locales to the speech recognition tools for both, bringing the total supported languages for voice recognition up to 119. There's also an interesting little bonus for those using Google's speech recognition in US English coming along with this update too.

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MS Word Flow iOS keyboard is dead, use update Gboard instead

MS Word Flow iOS keyboard is dead, use update Gboard instead

Last year, Microsoft gave a peek at what could have been one of the more interesting virtual keyboards in the mobile market. One that was, almost ironically, exclusive to the iPhone. The Word Flow keyboard, however, has always been labeled an a beta, an experimental app, one that didn’t carry an assurance on longevity. That reality sinks in now as Microsoft pulls the plug on the Garage app and turns iPhone users’ attention to its own Swiftkey. Coincidentally, Google just pushed an update that may make its Gboard keyboard a better choice.

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Gboard’s Incognito Mode arrives for Nougat and Marshmallow

Gboard’s Incognito Mode arrives for Nougat and Marshmallow

Google's keyboard app for smartphones, Gboard, is bringing its Incognito Mode to Nougat and Marshmallow. The mode was originally thought to be reserved for Android O, but a new beta of Gboard reveals otherwise. The mode's name is derived from the Incognito Mode found on Chrome, giving users an option that has greater privacy for some sensitive communications.

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Google woos India with Gboard, Translate updates

Google woos India with Gboard, Translate updates

The US and China are traditionally seen as the largest smartphone markets in the world. Of late, however, a third superpower has risen: India. The sub-continent is home to millions of users hungry for more affordable smartphones, more ubiquitous Internet access, and more accessible content. That's why in its latest sweep of apps and services updates, Google is introducing new features and support for more languages to appeal to the more than 400 million potential customers in India.

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How to get the Gboard for Android update on your phone (APK download)

How to get the Gboard for Android update on your phone (APK download)

This week we're having a peek at the newest version of Gboard for Android, a keyboard made by Google. This keyboard goes above and beyond what the normal, traditional onscreen keyboard offers, giving suggestions for all sorts of thing. This newest update - which requires a new download - includes web, GIF, and emoji search, as well.

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GBoard for iPhone gets new languages, voice-to-text in huge update

GBoard for iPhone gets new languages, voice-to-text in huge update

If you've become a fan of GBoard since it was first introduced back in May, then you'll probably like what's coming today. Google has announced a new update for GBoard that adds a lot of new functionality and support, including support for iOS 10 emoji at long last. On top of that, the number of supported languages is getting a pretty big expansion, giving you plenty more options when it comes to picking your language of choice.

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Gboard is Google Keyboard with built-in search, better predictions and more

Gboard is Google Keyboard with built-in search, better predictions and more

Android’s Google Keyboard has been renamed ‘Gboard,’ and it is considerably more convenient with Google Search built in. Gboard still brings the features you’re used to accessing on Google Keyboard — this includes things like gliding to type and voice typing. However, there’s also a new “G” icon that, when tapped, pulls up Google Search directly from the keyboard regardless of what app you’re using.

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