Google Gboard Now Supports 120 Languages With Built in Stickers

Those of you using Gboard, it has been updated to support more additional 40 languages, including Japanese. Although Google already has a keyboard for non-Latin script languages, it's not forcing you to adopt Gboard as noted by engadget. support for additional languages has been added in gradually since Gboard launched on Android in December 2016. With this update, Gboard now supports over 120 languages.

Plus, you get access to four sticker packs by default (previously Gboard only included stickers if Google's Allo messaging app was installed).

Other notable features seen on Gboard include Search right in the keyboard. And, it also adds GIFs, emoji-centric tools (including type and scrawl to search), and you can also voice typing instead of stressing your precious little fingers using the Gboard microphone button at the right hand side.
This updates alone will make you dish other Keyboard away.

You can download the updated version of Gboard from Google Playstore or apkmirror.
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