Google Indic Keyboard

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Google Indic Keyboard - A new way to type in your native language on Android
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19.04.2018
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Description

Google Indic Keyboard allows you to type messages, update on social networks or compose emails in your own native language on your Android phone. Currently it includes the following keyboards:

– English keyboard
– Assamese keyboard (অসমীয়া)
– Bengali keyboard (বাংলা)
– Gujarati keyboard (ગુજરાતી)
– Hindi keyboard (हिंदी)
– Kannada keyboard (ಕನ್ನಡ)
– Malayalam keyboard (മലയാളം)
– Marathi keyboard (मराठी)
– Odia keyboard (ଓଡ଼ିଆ)
– Punjabi keyboard (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ)
– Tamil keyboard (தமிழ்)
– Telugu keyboard (తెలుగు)

On your phone, if you can read your language in its native script above, you may install and use Google Indic Keyboard to input your language; otherwise your phone may not support your language.

Google Indic Keyboard supports different modes of input:

– Transliteration mode – Get output in your native language by spelling out the pronunciation using English letters (For example, “namaste“ -> “नमस्ते“.)

– Native keyboard mode – Type directly in native script.

– Handwriting mode (currently available for Hindi only) – Write directly on your phone screen.

– Hinglish mode – If you choose “Hindi” as an input language, the English keyboard will suggest both English and Hinglish terms.

How can I enable it and set it as the default keyboard?
– On Android 5.x and newer versions:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, go to Current Keyboard -> Choose Keyboards -> Check “Google Indic Keyboard” -> back to “Language & input” -> Current Keyboard -> Select “English & Indic Languages (Google Indic Keyboard)”When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by clicking the keyboard icon on the bottom right corner of the screen.
– On Android 4.x:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, check Google Indic Keyboard, then click Default and select “Google Indic Keyboard” in the “Choose input method” dialog.
When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by selecting “Choose input method” in the Notification area.

What's new

- Support gender emojis
- Added 2 keyboard themes
- Bug fixes and performance improvements

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5 comentarios en "Google Indic Keyboard"

  1. Sanskar Bhusal says:

    Aiming your fingers exactly at the intended key while partially looking at the keyboard becomes harder when there is no distinguishing border. Please add an option to enable key border. It is frustating to keep editing each word as we type. Edit: When is support for Nepali language comming????????

  2. Anant Relekar says:

    I really like this keyboard while typing in Marathi with all the correct suggestions and repeated words. While the Marathi keyboard functions are fantastic, English typing is not good at all. Also the repeated words like my name or email is not stored and suggested. So I have to keep swapping keyboards which becomes annoying when I want to type in both languages. Why can’t you give the option of using the default English keyboard of the device instead of making your own? This will solve lots of problems.

  3. VaibhaV Waghode says:

    Awesome and make easy typing BUT… In marathi keyboard you need to correct one thing.. in marathi language fullstop sign is dot (.) There is stillhindi fullstop as a vertical line (|) Pleaese give an update with this.. If i want to give fullstop I have to tap always sign button

  4. Sumit Sarode says:

    need to give enter button (new line button) in voice typing.. It is required each time while voice typing.. each time we have to turn off voice keyboard and then press enter button for new sentence then turn on voice typing keyboard.. repeatly same process..😡😡 why cant you give just “Enter” Button for ‘new line’ as like backspace button which given already.. To much big problem it is.. So headache every time need to change keyboard for entering new line..

  5. Chandra Mohana Prasad Prabhu says:

    Every time I type a word it changes to some other word and put it, i had to backspace to change it. This is quite annoying. I want to have the word i typed to appear where I have typed it. Suggestions are welcome but not insertion.

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