Pros: Free, fast, and easy to set up. Supports multiple languages.
Cons: Does not convert audio files into text.
Bottomline: Clean design, simple to navigate, with a powerful voice-typing feature.
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How do I use Google Gboard?
You can download Gboard on your Android or iOS device for free from the app store. Once installed, you can set it as your default keyboard and start using the voice typing function.
What is the purpose of Gboard?
Gboard is a virtual keyboard app that offers voice typing, predictive typing, Google search, and more.
How do I install Gboard?
- Go to your App Store.
- Download and install the Gboard app.
- Finalize settings and permissions.
- Open app.
Can I disable Gboard?
Yes, you can disable Gboard and use other virtual keyboards.
Does Android need the Gboard app?
Not necessarily. While some Android devices come with Gboard already installed, other devices do not. You have the option of installing a different keyboard.
Does Gboard collect data?
Yes, Gboard collects several bits of data, such as your text patterns and history.
How do I customize my Android Gboard?
You can customize your Gboard by going to the app's settings. There you can customize sounds, volume, speed, etc.
Where are Gboard settings?
You can access Gboard settings by opening the Gboard app from your app drawer, or by going to your Phone Settings for languages and input.
How do I set Gboard as my default Android?
- Download and install Gboard from the Play Store.
- Go to Phone Settings.
- Search and select Languages and Input.
- Click on Current Keyboard under Keyboard.
- Click on Choose Keyboards.
- Click on the Gboard Keyboard and set as default.
Reviewed: Jul 17, 2019
Just downloaded both Gboard and SwiftKey at the same time. Definitely recommend Gboard since SwiftKey doesn't support my first language (: many thanks!
Reviewed: Jul 16, 2019
Use Gboard. Has a number row at the top that you can swipe up on for quick access. It also had haptic feedback on keypress, quick punctuation, emoji search.
Reviewed: Dec 25, 2017
I truly recommend Gboard, it is far superior and as @musicdjm suggested disable Touchpal.
Reviewed: Sep 07, 2017
Source: Hacker News
Gboard gives you some very nice word completion features. I doubt whether you'd get the same level of features without worse attacks on your privacy.
Reviewed: Jan 16, 2018
Source: Hacker News
I was amazed by the Gboard thing though. It usually picks the correct phrases for me.