Google has launched a new Gboard application for Android devices. Surprisingly, thanks to this new update, Google users have supported 500 languages.
Google has launched the new Gboard Android application adds 400 languages to the software keyboard. Surprisingly, two years ago, in December 2016, Google provided support for 100 languages. So, after this update, Google’s Gboard keyboard was able to support 500 languages.
To mark this great milestone, Google has announced that the latest update supports more than 50 languages. Thanks to the special built-in keyboard layout for each language in this update, Google is confident that more than 90% of the world can type in their native language using Gboard.
Not only can it enter more than 500 languages, Gboard users can also take advantage of more than 40 scripting systems, from alphabets used in many languages to scripts used in only one language.
Anyone who wants to see their language is already supported in the latest Gboard app, or can not check in the Play Store.