The Gboard, which has been anticipated in May and offered for iOS, is finally coming to Android.
With the 6.0 update of Google Keyboard, Gboard will be available for Android users. When you click on the Google icon on the top left of the keyboard, and it turns into a small search engine, Gboard saves time for those who want to make speed dials.
Gboard, which also features 3 different dictionaries at the same time, is especially suited for users who like to use GIF and Emoji.
The Gboard, which you can also make GIF and Emoji searches inside, allows you to use GIFs directly by copying them. The Gboard, which automatically detects the currently used application, does not allow you to make a GIF search in an application that does not support GIF, for example.
Users who do not want to wait for the Gboard coming to the Google Play store this week, can access the APK file here.