To make typing more easier, Google introduced their own standalone app, the Google Keyboard for the Android devices last year. Google did pack an interesting feature inside the Google Keyboard called gesture typing, which allows users to drag your finger from single letter to another to form a word of their own choice.
Since it has been a long time any update rolled out for the app, Google finally decided to bring an update to their own Android keyboard with an additional new feature called “Personalized Suggestions”. If you are thinking that the “Personalized Suggestions” is the same thing what you called a personal dictionary, already available in todays Android phones, then let we make you clear that the “Personalized Suggestions” feature is synchronized with various devices over Google cloud.
This means the Google Keyboard now brings all the personalized suggestions by picking all your usage of other Google products. Once you update the app, the “Personalized Suggestions” feature is turned on by default, however the app does offer a popup indicating to turn on the feature. Also, if the user does not want to use the feature, they can turn off the feature. The updated app is not available in the Google Play Store, but if you are eager to download it, users can head over to this link to download the APK file. Stay tuned for more updates.
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