Google recently released a pretty major Gboard update that users will enjoy. However, the company dropped the new features without all the fanfare we typically see from an update to one of Google’s major tools. The update makes a few small tweaks and adds a really useful new feature called Smart Completion. The new feature
Gboard for iOS now lets you feel each button press on your iPhone. This is thanks to Google adding haptic feedback to its iOS keyboard. Android users have enjoyed haptic feedback for a while, but now Google is offering the same feature to iPhone users. What Is Haptic Feedback? Haptic feedback is exactly what the
Google is making Gboard more useful than ever. This time with a little help from AI. Now, instead of requiring you to manually search for the perfect GIF, emoji, or sticker, Gboard will recommend the visual elements guaranteed to liven up your boring conversations. Gboard Suggests GIFs, Emojis, and Stickers GIFs, emojis, and stickers have
Google has incorporated Morse code into Gboard for Android and iOS. This is an attempt to help people with limited mobility communicate using their smartphones. However, Morse code is something everyone should learn in case they ever need to use it. What Is Morse Code? Morse code was developed in the 1800s to enable the
Android users often get some features that iOS users don’t have. For the longest time, this included keyboards not made by Apple, which meant constant jibes from Android fanboys about Apple’s restricted system. But with iOS 8, Apple opened the flood-gates, which allowed users to install third-party keyboards on iPhones, like SwiftKey, Swype, and many others.