Google’s Gboard now available for iOS users in India

Google launched its much-talked about Gboard in Australia, Canada, Ireland and the UK, recently. The app has been made available to the iOS users in India, today. Gboard is a keyboard with Google search button within. Not just the Google search button but it also has a host of other features that allow users to search and send GIFs, emojis, and much more.

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With Gboard, you are no more required to Google for anything by leaving the app you’re using. Now, you can search right from the keyboard and share it instantly. The search results appear in the form of cards and with one tap you can share it (as shown in the GIF above).

Highlights of Google Gboard for iPhone

  • Search and send anything from Google: Nearby stores and restaurants, Videos and images, Weather forecasts, News and articles, Sports scores and anything else you’d search on Google

  • GIFs – Search GIFs for the best reaction

  • Emoji Search – Find the perfect emoji, faster

  • Glide Typing — Type faster by sliding your finger from letter to letter

Sadly, the Gboard is exclusive to iOS users as of now. However, Google will soon be launching it for Android users as well.

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Great! Now iOS users will suffer data loss in background too. Good luck iOS users with Google’s new intrusive Gboard. Install it and give them your usage pattern and behaviour info so they can make 100 billion dollars annually by selling it and you end up paying extra 150 Rs per month for all those background data loss.

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