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Google's Gboard Update Accompanies 40 New Languages and Default Stickers

Users of well-known virtual keyboard app—Gboard will now enjoy typing In 40 additional languages, which includes Japanese. Gboard is a product of Google, and it was first released on iOS in May 2016, then on Android in December 2016.

According to engadget, Google is not desperate for you to adopt Gboard, as it already has a keyboard for non-Latin script languages. From time to time, the tech giant has always added additional languages support in Gboard, and with this latest update, Gboard now supports over 120 languages.

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Also, formerly, stickers were included in Gboard only if Google's Allo messaging app was installed. But by default now, users can get access to four sticker packs.

Other features on Gboard worth mentioning includes: Search right in the keyboard, GIFs, emoji-centric tools (including type and scrawl to search), and using the Gboard microphone button, you can also voice-type. The button is located at the right hand side of the keyboard.

I think it's high time you upgraded to a more sophisticated virtual keyboard like Gboard, as reports shows some keyboards steals your login details and other info. The updated version of Gboard is available on Google Play Store and apkmirror for downloads.

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