Google Keyboard Now Available on the Play Store for Smartphones and Tablets

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  • 06 Jun 2013
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  • With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Google has taken the opportunity to also update the input method and integrate a number of features that lead to top class accurate typing. Now the Google Keyboard has reached the Play Store and is available for both Android smartphones and tablets.

    Depending on the device manufacturer, most prefer to use their own options in terms of input methods for accurate typing. The Android OS has a huge list of such third party apps available, though the stock Google provided option has been gaining fans since Android 4.0. With Jelly Bean the keyboard was even more refined, adding minor cosmetic changes for optimized typing and focusing on features.

    Swipe functionality is one of the features that Google has included with the stock Android 4.1 keyboard. On top of that most people have come to appreciate its mos accurate auto-correct options and predictions system available in multiple languages. There is also a voice input method built in and features for dictionary words consistent with the best in class options. Starting today Google Keyboard is available on the Play Store.

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