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Gboard for Android updated with support for Horizontal emoji scrolling and 100+ new languages

Google has now officially pushed a new update to the Gboard app for the Android platform.

The Gboard app for Android is getting updated with some new features and improvements. It comes with an updated version 8.6.10.266015648-release-arm64-v8a in the Google Play Store. In terms of the update size, the app weighs at around 25MB in the Play Store.

Speaking of the changes, the new update brings horizontal scrolling for emojis although which is still in early Beta stages. The update has also brought support for 100+ new language varieties, including Filipino (Baybayin), Chakma, Rejang, Mandailing, Valencian, Dinka, Aborlan, Hanunuo, Buhid, Bamum, Mon, Nuosu, Lisu, Nauruan, Ojibwe, Saurashtra, Sherpa, Tai Nüa, and Tuvaluan.

Changelog:

  • 100+ new language varieties, including Filipino (Baybayin), Chakma, Rejang, Mandailing, Valencian, Dinka, Aborlan, Hanunuo, Buhid, Bamum, Mon, Nuosu, Lisu, Nauruan, Ojibwe, Saurashtra, Sherpa, Tai Nüa, and Tuvaluan
  • Transliteration for 50+ more language varieties, including Mongolian, Lao, Yiddish, Pashto, and Sinhala
  • Horizontal emoji scrolling (Beta only)

As always, you can download the latest version from the link given below,

Gboard - the Google Keyboard
Gboard - the Google Keyboard
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

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