Gboard's the go-to keyboard for most of us here at Android Central thanks to its sleek design, great layout, and a heap of handy features. Today, it's getting an update to help you find GIFs, stickers, and more without having to manually search for them.
When you're typing in Gboard, a new "GIF" icon will appear to the left of the autocorrect field. Tap on that and you'll see GIFs, stickers, and emoji related to what you typed. For example, if you type "Good morning!", you'll see GIFs, stickers, and emoji that are all related to that.
You can still manually search for these things if you prefer, but having them automatically suggested is bound to make your conversations a lot easier.
Google says these recommend GIFs + stickers + emoji are available for all Android users starting today in English. It'll expand to additional languages and other types of content "over time."
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