Google Gboard is one of the best keyboards for Android and iOS. Google's latest updates to one of the world's most widely used keyboards make this small application even more important.
After adding Google searches, GIFs, or even new emoji to the keyboard, Google added Clipboard to Google Gboard.
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This Clipboard does exactly what it indicates. Save a huge amount of information you previously copied.
Google Gboard adds clipboard to best keyboard for Android
I don't know if you have this problem, but it happens to me almost every day. When I have to send our address to some company to send some material, there I go to my notes where I have kept the address. I copy the necessary information from there and paste it into the email I need to send.
If in the same information I want to add extra information, such as an article link, I have to leave the email, go to the article to copy and paste.
That is, there is a date of unnecessary tasks for something technically simple. The new Google Gboard 7.7.5 update addresses this issue. You can copy a lot of information and it will be saved in the Clipboard.
Then when you need to "stick" something to the test, you just have to go there and pick what you want to paste. If this is information you use on a daily basis – like the address in my example above – you can always pin the information and it will always be stored at the top.
To access the Google Gboard Clipboard confirm that you have the latest update (7.7.5), click on the "G" and open all settings at (…). Soon afterwards you'll see the Clipboard … Or not.
This update is gradually reaching all users, meaning as much as you have the latest version of the app, it may not be working yet. In my case, in none of my working emails, though, the folks at Android Police already have it working, as you see in the images in the article.
In short, this is one of the features you could ask for most. You'll save so much time and send a smartphone email that will seem like a lie.
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