Google has released a new update for their Keyboard app. The update is running out gradually, but you can also install it manually using the download link from the bottom of this post.
The new update to version 3.1.19633 is not a big one, but it does come with a few interesting features. So let’s see what’s new:
First, Google has added support for a new set of languages, including Indian English, Galician. Swiss Italian, Basque and Latin American Spanish.
Second, the voice input buttons was moved above the first line of keys. However it will only show up in the new position in apps that don’t include the voice input button in the inline search box.
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More interesting, even if more for entertainment value, than for usefulness, you can now add emojis using voice commands. For now, only a few commands work: “Smiley face,” “sad face,” and “tongue face,. These will generate the corresponding emoji. However, Google has included a huge list of commands in this new update that don’t work just yet but will probably be enabled in a future update.
If you want to download and install the latest Google Keyboard 3.1.19633 visit one of the following links and install the apk (thanks to Android Police):
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