Google Shows Love to iPhone Users With New Gboard App

new google gboard app

The Google Gboard for iPhone is a very convenient new free app that makes using ‘search’, GIFs, emojis and more super easy to use during your texting without ever having to leave the conversation to open a new app/tab/window.

Meet Gboard, a new app (only for the iPhone) that lets you search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more, right from your keyboard without leaving the text window.

Google Gboard App

gboard app icon

the following visuals and information are courtesy of the official Google blog

Say you’re texting with a friend about tomorrow’s lunch plans. They ask you for the address. Until now it’s worked like this: You leave your texting app. Open Search. Find the restaurant. Copy the address. Switch back to your texts. Paste the address into a message. And finally, hit send.

Searching and sending stuff on your phone shouldn’t be that difficult. With Gboard, you can search and send all kinds of things—restaurant info, flight times, news articles—right from your keyboard. Anything you’d search on Google, you can search with Gboard. Results appear as cards with the key information front and center, such as the phone number, ratings and hours. With one tap, you can send it to your friend and you keep the conversation going.

Search in Gboard:

You can search for more than just Google search results. Instead of scrolling to find? or ? , search for “dancer” and find that emoji you were looking for instantly. Even better—you can search for the perfect GIF to show people how you’re really feeling. Finally, Gboard has Glide Typing, which lets you type words by sliding your finger from key to key instead of tapping—so everything you do is just a little bit faster.

Emoji search, GIF search, Glide Typing:

Screen grabs of the app:
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Gboard works in any app—messaging, email, YouTube—so you can use it anywhere on your phone. Get it now in the App Store in English in the U.S., with more languages to come.

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