Google’s keyboard app Gboard is now home to 22 new languages which now totals up to 300 languages currently being supported by the app, covering up to 74 per cent of the world’s population.
Google, in its blog post said, “From the busy city streets of India to the remote islands of Samoa, Gboard helps people all over the world get their point across—whether that’s through a spot-on GIF, a cute emoji or a regular text. We’re always working to improve Gboard for people wherever they are, no matter which language they’re typing in. Today, we’re bringing Chinese (both traditional and simplified Chinese) and Korean—plus twenty additional languages—to Gboard for Android.”Among the new 22 languages, Chinese and Korean have been added. Various not-so-popular languages such as Manx, Maori and Adlam among many have also been included in the app.The new updated Gboard with the new languages is now available via Google Play Store.