The new version of Gboard for iOS supports 15 new languages and emoji for iOS, displays the day doodle and allows you to use voice dictation.
From the month of May 2016 you can be used on iOS the new Google smart keyboard (Gboard) that integrates the search engine functionality. Today the company of Mountain View (Google) has announced a major upgrade to Gboard with support for new languages, emoji, doodles and especially the voice dictation. The latter could also arrive on Android. The latest version for iOS can be downloaded for free from the Apple store.
The first new feature is support for additional 15 languages (Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Greek, Polish, Romanian, Swedish, Catalan, Hungarian, Malay, Russian, Spanish and Turkish). To write, search and share in these languages just add the ones you want in Gboard settings. Google has also added a universal language or emoji. You can now access all the emoji and the Google Doodles.
These funny animations, published on the search engine’s home page on certain occasions, can be viewed directly in the keyboard. When Google releases a new doodle, the G icon will signal the presence and the user can view it in a small box.
The most interesting feature is the one that allows you to dictate text by voice. To activate voice dictation simply long press the space bar (upper right corner you can see the microphone symbol) and speak the words that will be automatically transcribed, using the voice-to-text technology of Google.