Gboard adds emoji and GIF suggestions, in-line Google Translate and new themes

This is an improvement over the normal keyboards you would find out in the market, which offer emoji support as you type.

Just a few days ago Google gave users the opportunity to sign up to test in advance the beta versions of their Gboard keyboard app for Android. But for those of you not inclined towards emoji and GIF based conversations, there are other improvements to G Board with this latest update.

Next, you will need to choose input language and the output language.

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Google Translate is one of the many features that makes it easier for people who speak different languages to communicate, and now, Gboard is going to make texting in different languages easier as well.

Google has the most visited website on the planet. Now as you type, you'll see emojis and GIF searches in the suggestion strip to help you express yourself in new (and more fun!) ways. The headline feature of the keyboard is of course search, expediting the whole process directly within the keyboard itself instead of shifting to another app for that goal alone.

The whole idea of Gboard is offering you access to tons of intelligence and Google services anywhere a keyboard is displayed, and today's updates show the real power of this platform. That'll jumpstart Google Translate in your keyboard, instantly translating words and phrases as you type. Google added new multilingual features to the Android keyboard this week that make it easier to switch between tongues on the fly. These GIFs may also be shared using other apps as well, including Facebook Messenger, Snapchat, Hangouts, and Google's own messaging service Allo.

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Expanded support for right-to-left languages.

Finally, additional support for right-to-left languages has been added in, namely allowing for search functionality for web, GIF, and emoji.

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