Google keyboard now suggests Gifs and stickers with Emojis

Google keyboard now suggests Gifs and stickers with Emojis

Are you one of those you usually use Gboard as preferred keyboard? No wonder, this application has evolved significantly since it landed on Android after first appearing on iOS. And the key is not only in its high level of prediction, speech recognition or word tracing, but also in frequent updates.

He Google keyboard Not only does it serve to write, the company always wanted this tool to be the Swiss knife of messaging and social networks. Because transferring words to the screen is fine, but saying just what you want with a sticker or a Gif is not bad either. And that points to the latest news: prediction of stickers and gifs based on Emojis.

Gboard introduces the prediction of Gifs and stickers with Emojis through version 8.8 in beta

Google keyboard now suggests Gifs and stickers with Emojis

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As they comment on 9to5Google, Gboard has activated the prediction of stickers and Gifs with Emojis in the last beta of the application, 8.8. Although it is not active for everyone: we have tried it and it has been impossible for us to use it. Hopefully, this prediction still doesn't work properly and Google is waiting for a stable next release to activate it.

The operation of the novelty of the Google keyboard could not be simpler: just as when we enter words Gboard suggests Emojis, the same thing happens when directly introducing these emoticons. In this way, and whenever we select any Emoji from the keyboard, this will offer lively and larger alternatives.

The new prediction complies with what Google has proposed with its keyboard: to facilitate the task of typing even if what is sent is not words. Since we all use graphic elements in our conversations, finding different elements from the usual ones is a good way to refresh the chats.

The Gboard beta 8.8 It is available in the Play Store, you can also download it from Apk mirror. Remember to have it installed does not guarantee that the new prediction will appear.

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