Google's latest Gboard updates for iPhone lets users easily access YouTube and Maps via the search-enabled keyboard and includes a new "Ink" drawing feature. If you want to share your current location, you just have to hit the G button and then select the Maps tab. Similar goes for YouTube functionality, which allows users to search videos right within Gboard, expediting the time it takes to find that hot new trailer without leaving the chat.
You'll also see a new "YouTube" tab to make it easier to send YouTube videos-like this toddler busting his brother out of a crib or classics like Charlie bit my finger-right from Gboard.
According to a report in tech portal 9TO5Google on Monday, with Gboard's new integrations, iOS users can simply send a link to their location that opens directly in Google Maps on a recipient's phone. SwiftKey was updated last month to incorporate emoji prediction, upgraded 3D Touch features, new themes and support for additional languages.More news: Terrorists loot bank in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag
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If you are new to Gboard you will need to first set it up before you can enjoy the features. In its initial release, the app already offered the most utilitarian Google Search features from directly within the keyboard. The new test feature is now only available in English, but Google has promised to add support for more languages soon. Or coming with GIF and emoji suggestions, or instant translations, and many more.
Google says Gboard also now supports three new languages: Arabic, Hebrew and Farsi.
Moreover, the G button also gives users an extra option and that is a feature called Ink.