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Google Gboard keyboard

Google Gboard keyboard for iPhone & iPad launched in India

Google announced the Google Gboard Keyboard in the Google I/O 2016, earlier it was available in U.S., then it was available in UK, Australia, Canada and Ireland last Friday and today, it has been launched for Indian Users. Gboard Keyboard lets you search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more. You can also use Glide Typing by sliding your finger from key to key instead of tapping, which is similar to the SwiftKey Keyboard.

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screen322x572 (1)The keyboard comes with a bunch of features like searching and  sharing contacts without opening the contacts app. You can also move the cursor easily by sliding your finger on the space bar.

It also sends anonymous statistics to Google to help diagnose problems when the app crashes and to let them know which features are used most often, but it doesn’t send the words you type since they are stored in the phone.

How to get it?

Step 1: Download Gboard (Free) – iPhone and iPad

Step 2: After you have downloaded the app, go to Settings > keyboard > keyboards> Add New keyboard. Step 3: Add the Gboard app to the list and allow the app ‘full access’.

Note: If you have downloaded other keyboard apps and don’t want to use them, simply remove them by tapping on the Edit button.

Also Read: Top 5 Announcements : Apple WWDC 2016

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About Shobhit Aggarwal

Shobhit Aggarwal
Shobhit Aggarwal is the founder of Gadgets Parade. He is a tech geek from over a decade. He is very passionate to know more about new improvements in the tech world and tries to adapt it as much as possible. His first goal is to suggest his viewers with the best technology which the money can buy and also which can ease their life. Second, he wants everyone to get updated with the technological news as the world is adopting technology so fast, in almost every field. His suggestions and reviews are based on his understand and experience, they are totally unbiased.

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