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July 26, 2019 Friday 10:09:50 AM IST

Gboard handwriting input supports 200 languages

Science Innovations

Google's Gboard is one of the most popular keyboard apps on the Google Play Store which apparently keeps on improving after each subsequent update. With the latest update, the version number is bumped to 8.3.6 and with it, the Internet search giant has brought handwriting input support for more than 200 languages.

If v8.3.6 is not yet available in your region, you can sideload the app via APK Mirror.

The biggest change with the new update is that Gboard now supports more than 200 languages that too through the handwriting input method.

To select your preferred language for handwriting input, simply open Gboard's settings and select Languages. After this, tap on add a keyboard and on the next screen, select your preferred language. The handwriting input method will show up on the next screen for you to select only if your preferred language is supported.


Along with the handwriting input support, Gboard users will now be able to share their language settings with other Gboard users.

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