Gboard, the Google keyboard, as we already know, is one of the most well-liked keyboards on Android. Now Gboard brings a new version with fascinating news, together with new emojis. We let you know every little thing that this replace presents us.
The new version includes very fascinating news, we are going to let you know what Gboard brings us on this replace.
Support for Emoji 12.zero on Android Q
If you might have a Google Pixel or some of the telephones appropriate with the Android Q beta and you have already got the beta put in on it, you should have assist for new emojis. But you’ll not solely have new emojis, additionally choices to decide on your pores and skin coloration and gender. Yes, pores and skin coloration is nothing new, we’ve had it for a few years, however we couldn’t select the gender of the emoji. In some instances we had an emoji for every gender, however now we will select it the identical because the pores and skin coloration. Useful proper?
Import and export your private dictionary
Your private dictionary is the dictionary that you simply create as you write by including phrases to the dictionary that you simply need to have registered. Well, now you should have the choice to import or export it, in case you alter your telephone and even the keyboard app, you may as well have your private dictionary.
Google doesn’t simply clear up with the clipboard. It is an choice that seems and disappears regularly, it’s seen that they have no idea whether or not to depart it or not. But for now it comes again with shortcuts to your favourite expressions. Hopefully this time he stays.
Navigation bar colours built-in with the theme
Until now, the navigation bar that we’ve on the prime of the Google keyboard, may solely be white / grey or black. Now it would have the identical coloration because the theme we’ve chosen, one thing that permits customizations to be more nice and every little thing to be more homogeneous.
This will solely work with default themes and won’t work with images, however the choice is most fascinating. If you need more themes we remind you that in Android Help we clarify the way to get 100 new and distinctive themes for Gboard.
Other choices seem within the changelog reminiscent of vertical scroll for the clipboard (a minimum of in beta) or an extended press on the Google search bar on the keyboard to clear the historical past, though customers report that not everybody can see these choices, though we don’t assume they take lengthy to reach.
What do you assume of these news?