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Google Gboard Now Supports GIF, Emoji and Sticker AI Suggestions, New Language Support, and More

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Google has officially announced that Gboard will now use an on-device AI to provide smart suggestions for stickers, GIFS, and emoji based on what users are typing. Aside from that, the app has also gained support for 40 new languages.

Previously, users can search GIFs, Emojis, and Stickers through the Gboard, but now, the new smart feature automatically shows up suggestions based on users input. Gboard alerts users via the Google button on the upper left hand side of the keyboard. This feature brings up faster communication and more efficient way of expressing yourself.

Aside from the AI capabilities, Google’s keyboard app has also gained support for 40 new languages, which includes new variants of Russian and Arabic, and some indigenous North American languages, which are on its development and implementation phase.

The new languages include:

  • Albanian (Tosk)
  • Arabic (Bahrain)
  • Arabic (Libya)
  • Arabic (Tunisia)
  • Bagheli (transliteration)
  • Bagri (transliteration)
  • Balinese
  • Baoulé
  • Balkan Romani (Macedonia)
  • Bishnupriya Manipuri (transliteration)
  • Bundeli (transliteration)
  • Cameroon Pidgin
  • Cree (Latin script)
  • Cree (Syllabic script)
  • Ebira
  • Fang
  • Fants
  • Greek (Pontic)
  • Guianan Creole
  • Hawaiian Pidgin
  • Ibibio
  • Inuktitut (Latin script) – no dictionary
  • Inuktitut (Syllabic script) – no dictionary
  • Isoko
  • Karo
  • Ladino
  • Lakota
  • Maay Maay
  • Malay (Central)
  • Nandi
  • Nigerian Pidgin
  • Quechua (Ayacucho)
  • Quechua (Cusco)
  • Rangpuri
  • Russian (Belarus)
  • Simalungun
  • Tiv
  • Tulu (transliteration)
  • Uzbek now split into (Latin script) and (Cyrillic script) options
  • Vlax Romani

Currently, the AI suggestion feature is only globally available in English, but Google says that more languages and more types of content will come “over time”. The feature has now arrived on Android and the Gboard iOS app, and it can be downloaded on Play Store and App Store. Stay tuned with TechnoCodex to be always updated.

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