Gboard, Google’s keyboard application for Android added support for new languages from around the world so people wherever they are can type in their own language with ease.
The most notable additions to Gboard for Android today are support for both traditional and simplified Chinese as well as Korean among 20 plus additional languages that Google has added to Gboard to now support 300 plus languages.
There by, with this update Gboard now covers 74% of the world’s population, Google said.
Here, an GIF animation of Gboard in Chinese:
Google also said, that though this update focused on some of world’s most widely-spoken languages, but it’s also working on bringing support to lesser-known languages, such as Manx and Maori.
You can visit over here to see a full list of all supported languages by Gboard, and also the new ones that will be rolling out worldwide over the next few days.