Google Android Keyboard Tips and Tricks to Maximize Typing Skills

  • Google Android Keyboard Tips and Tricks to Maximize Typing Skills

Google Android Keyboard Tips and Tricks to Maximize Typing Skills

But for those of you not inclined towards emoji and GIF based conversations, there are other improvements to G Board with this latest update. Of course you can send the plain English you've typed if you wish, the choice is yours.

With new voice typing, Google says to expect a new interface that makes it easier than ever to get your message across by voice.

Even though gesture recognition has already made its way to certain Android smartphones, Google has now been tipped to add gesture triggers into the platform itself. Just tap the Translate icon within the quick feature menu to activate.

Such services require some incredible apps and software to aid us in the process of delivering and receiving information and Google's Gboard service is right there to help us towards making our typing experiences much more enjoyable and easy.

Gboard's new Google Translate integration is easy to use! Instead of leaving your messaging app to translate a word or phrase, now you can translate your text right in the Gboard app. Gboard, however, will take it up a notch by offering suggested GIF searches, giving users just the comedic tie-ins they need with their messages. You can also now share GIFs in apps that support Gboard, including Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, Hangouts, and Allo. Gboard for iOS also supports Google Doodles and voice typing. In earlier versions, when you clicked on the microphone icon the keyboard was replaced by a voice-typing interface, forcing it to touch the "x" icon to return to the normal keyboard.

Expanded support for right-to-left languages. In addition, it is worth noting that now Gboard is also compatible with web search, GIF and emojis for languages that read and write from right to left, Arabic, Hebrew and Farsi.