Believe the type
The example Google gives is when you're trying to text a friend the address for a restaurant - thanks to Gboard you can find it straight from the keyboard without having to jump out of the app you're currently in.
You can now search through GIFs and emojis to save yourself some scrolling, and Google says the app has better multilingual support now, as well as some improved AI smarts to nail those autocorrect options each time.
That's on top of all the goodies that were already available in Google Keyboard: support for animated GIFs, Glide Typing (where you don't need to lift your finger) and the option of voice input if you prefer that to pecking away at the screen.
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