Wednesday, June 5, 2013

Google Launches Google Keyboard for Android

Google Keyboard

Google has released its stock touch keyboard, now called “Google Keyboard,” as a download on the Android Google Play Store. The download allows anyone with an Android 4.0+ smartphone or tablet to add the stock Nexus typing experience to their own device. The keyboard include Voice Dictation, Gesture Typing, and multiple dictionaries.

Starting today, you can get the smart and easy Nexus typing experience on your Android phone or tablet, by downloading Google Keyboard on Google Play.


Google Keyboard has Gesture Typing (which lets you glide through letters to form a word, just lift your finger to enter a space), automatic error correction, and word predictions. You can also tap the microphone to compose messages with Voice Typing when you’re on the go. Together with dictionaries for 26 languages (plus keyboard layouts for a dozen more), it provides a fast, accurate, and reliable typing experience.


Android is an open platform, so you can customize your device to your liking; choosing your own keyboard is just one example of what’s possible – and there are a lot of great keyboards to choose from on Google Play.


Google Keyboard is rolling out to Google Play today, for devices running Android 4.0 and above.




Source: Google Play Store
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