Google Keyboard makes text input smart and easy. Glide through letters with Gesture Typing – just lift to finish a word, no spacebar required. Compose notes on-the-go with Voice Typing. With amazing word recognition and next-word prediction, Google Keyboard helps you type faster and more accurately on all your Android devices.
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Key features: • Gesture Typing with dynamic floating preview • Voice Typing • Next-word suggestions and current-word completions • Dictionaries for 26 languages • Advanced keyboard layouts • Works across your Android devices (tablets and phones)
What's New irst and foremost are new input languages. Indian English, Basque, Galician, Swiss Italian, and Latin American Spanish are all now supported. Next, the voice input shortcut has been moved for apps that don't use the inline search box voice input button (it shows up for some that do, too, oddly). Spoken emoji are now a thing, too, though we haven't found many hotwords supported yet. "Smiley face," "sad face," and "tongue face," which create ASCII emoji for and respectively, are the only ones I've managed to activate, and these may not actually be new. What we know is new, though, is the massive list of strings added to the keyboard app for spoken emoji - hundreds of them. None of them worked for me when I attempted to try them out, though, so they're likely coming in a future update. One odd tweak has been the removal of the long-press delay setting under advanced settings - the option seems to have simply vanished. Finally, you can also now toggle sending usage statistics to Google.
What's New • Refined suggestions and corrections using data from Google apps and services • Improved suggestions in more languages (including Spanish) • Improved placement of microphone key and comma key • Bug fixes and stability improvements