Google Gboard is probably one of the most commonly used keyboards, whether for Android or iOS. Google's keyboard works perfectly on the Android system and is nearby on an iPhone.
These improvements are happening as users are asking for more features. Who would say that a keyboard could be so important when using a smartphone?
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Google Gboard not only works with swipe It also gives you the possibility to search the internet directly on your keyboard. The almost perfect application prepares to be even more complete with the new technology.
The keyboard will be a little smarter than it already is. I will explain. So far Google Gboard gives you word solutions to continue your writing. Predictions of what you will write next. This alone shows a sign of intelligence.
Google Gboard will be able to "read" the text and offer extra functionality.
The new update will be able to "read" the text and suggest GIFs, emojis, or even searches. The icon will be where we usually have the Google "G" and will change depending on what you have to offer at the time of writing.
In short, imagine that you are typing "I'm going home", the keyboard will be able to identify what you want to indicate and if you have a GIF with this phrase will show the "GIF" sign in the small icon.
Despite being a small change, it is relevant. This small update shows us that Google Artificial Intelligence is getting better and better and can now be integrated into basic applications like a keyboard.
If so far this type of "prediction" was meant for more complex Apps, such as "Photos", today we have the information that will come to Google Gboard.
The update has already reached some Android users, however, there is no information on how long it may be before everyone receives the new update.
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