Nowadays, Google has been regularly introducing new language support to Gboard as well as its popular Keyboard for iOS and Android.
Today, according to the changelog, Google has updated the Android version of its popular keyboard app and has added its 18 new languages to its app.
You can be able to see the full list of languages, the app now supports at Google Support (over 400 approximately) and download the app from Google Play Store now.
However, on the Google Support list, the search giant has only listed 16 new languages, which are listed below:
- Arabic (Gulf)
- Buryat (Mongolia)
- Buryat (Russia)
- Gondi (Devanagari)
- Greek (Cyprus)
- Hausa (Ghana)
- Khorasani Turkic (Arabic)
- Lower Sorbian
- Mundari (Bengali)
- Portuguese (Macau)
- Siberian Tatar
- Talysh (Russia).
Google added a couple of more changes including Japanese support for Android TV, Morse code improvements and even more reliable language downloads.
It doesn’t matter either there are 16 or 18 new languages but it is always good to know that more languages support is coming to popular applications like Gboard.
Moreover, Google has been focusing on more popular languages, the company is making sure that less widely spoken regional dialects should be included.