Google Keyboard – A Smart and Accurate Keyboard for Android Devices

   Google always seems to be the best in everything they do, not only Search Engine this time around but also Technological Development. On the 5th of June, 2013 Google launched its own keyboard named 'Google Keyboard'. This keyboard supports Gesture typing (which lets you glide through the keyboard to spell words), automatic error corrections (corrects error using the words in the built-in dictionary), voice typing, advanced keyboard layout and word predictions for over 26 Languages providing a fast, accurate and reliable typing experience for Android users.

   

   The most interesting part of this new update from Google is the fact that Android is an open platform, which means that you can customize your Android Smartphone or Tablet to your own taste thereby choosing your own preffered keyboard, maybe Swype, TouchPal or even the new Google Keyboard. But note that the Google Keyboard is only available for Android devices running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and above.

   You can download the Google Keyboard and see how it looks like by visiting Google Play Store on your device and I hope you now see another reason to be an Android user. Well, Do you think Google Keyboard is better than Swype and other keyboards already present in the PlayStore ? Lets hear from you, whats on your mind ?
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Author: Ayoola Stephen

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1 Comments:

  1. Nice Post, I really like Google Inc... They think and act like a giant and truly they are the giant, there are still lots of stuffs coming from Google. Thanks for the informative post. Ayo

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