Google just released the biggest update to its stock Google Keyboard in quite some time, and it’s rolling out on the Play Store now. If you haven’t had a chance to try it out for yourself quite yet, we put together this quick video rounding up the biggest new features. Among them are a one-handed mode, new emoji suggestions, and the ability to show key borders…
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The first thing I do when I set up a new Android phone is download the Google Now Launcher and the Google Keyboard. I just like running Google’s in-house software. But just as the Google Now Launcher has some great alternatives in apps like the Nova Launcher and others, the Google Keyboard is well-contested by options as SwiftKey or Swype. Now, Google is adding some features to its stock keyboard in an effort to play a little catch up.
You can read our full rundown and check out a gallery of screenshots showing off version 5.0, but check out the video below if you want an even closer look before the update hits your phone.