Google has recently revealed this week that it has added 30 new languages in its speech recognition tech, including languages from emerging mobile markets from African and Indian regions. What this means for Android mobile users based in those markets is that they will now be able to do Google searches by voice, as well as type via voice, with the use of the tech giant’s Gboard keyboard app.
A lot of people may not know this, but Google actually has quite a number of iOS mobile apps. But it could be a bit time consuming for iPhone or iPad owners when they switch between apps in order to search for stuff on the Internet, or find directions to a new restaurant in the city. Google knows this, and also knows that the iPhone keyboard is where users usually spend most of their time. So the tech giant chose to offer a new take on Apple’s default keyboard, and it is called the Gboard.
Among mobile apps out there, keyboard apps may not bring that much excitement. But these things actually are one of the most indispensable. After all, how efficiency in which you get involved in text messaging, social media, and chats may depend on how good your keyboard is. As for Google’s own keyboard app, it has just been updated, and there is plenty of new stuff to check out.
In a nutshell, here are the fresh features that come with the new v5.0 update:
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