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Gboard — Search. GIFs. Emojis & more.
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Utilities||1.3.0||February 23, 2017||3.05|
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Version 1.3.0 released on February 23, 2017
• 15 new languages – Gboard now works in Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Catalan, Hungarian, Malay, Russian, Latin American Spanish and Turkish • Voice typing – Just tap the mic button to dictate messages on the go • Google Doodles – Get fun updates to the Google logo celebrating special dates throughout the year, such as holidays, events and famous birthdays. Just tap the “G” button whenever it animates to see that day’s Doodle. • New Emoji – Gboard is now updated with the latest iOS 10 emoji
Version 1.3.1 released on February 28, 2017
Version 1.2.0 released on October 19, 2016
• New themes – check out some of the breathtaking landscape themes that we’ve added! • 3D Touch – you can now move your cursor by hard pressing and sliding your finger anywhere on the keyboard • New iOS 10 Emojis – Gboard has been updated with the new iOS 10 emojis • Search and share contacts – ever had someone ask you to share a phone number? With Gboard, you can easily search and share your contacts without leaving your conversation. To get started, open the app, tap “search settings” and toggle “Contacts search” on.
Version 1.2.1 released on October 27, 2016
1.2.1 • Bug fixes and performances improvements 1.2.0 • New themes – check out some of the breathtaking landscape themes that we’ve added! • 3D Touch – you can now move your cursor by hard pressing and sliding your finger anywhere on the keyboard • New iOS 10 Emojis – Gboard has been updated with the new iOS 10 emojis • Search and share contacts – ever had someone ask you to share a phone number? With Gboard, you can easily search and share your contacts without leaving your conversation. To get started, open the app, tap “search settings” and toggle “Contacts search” on.
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Gboard is a new keyboard from Google for your iPhone. It has all the things you would expect from a great keyboard — GIFs, emojis, and Glide Typing — plus Google Search built in. No more app switching; just search and send, right from your keyboard. Search and send anything from Google: • Nearby shops and restaurants • Videos and images • Weather forecasts • News and articles • Sports scores • And anything else you’d search on Google GIFs — Search GIFs for the best reaction Emoji Search — Find the perfect emoji, faster Glide Typing — Type faster by sliding your finger from letter to letter Privacy We know the things you type on your phone are personal, so we’ve designed Gboard to keep your private information private. What Gboard sends to Google: • Gboard sends your searches to Google’s web servers to give you search results. • Gboard also sends usage statistics to Google to let us know which features are used most often and to help us understand problems if the app crashes. • If you use Gboard’s microphone, voice input will be sent to Google for transcription. What Gboard doesn’t send to Google: • Other than your searches and voice inputs, Gboard doesn't send anything you type to Google, whether it’s a password or chat with a friend. • To help you with spelling and to predict searches you might be interested in, Gboard will store the words you type on your device. This data is not accessible by Google or by any apps, and can be cleared at any time. • If you’ve turned on contacts search in Gboard search settings, this allows Gboard to search the contacts on your device so that you can easily share. None of these queries is sent to Google.
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