Gboard to Suggest GIF, Emojis and Stickers for Android Using AI

From the fresh blog post from Google, we got to know that Google’s Gboard will now start using AI for suggesting its Android users for GIF’s emojis and stickers in a chat. Isn’t that interesting? Well, based on the type of chat, Gboard will now make it easier and faster to share your feeling using an emoji, GIF or a sticker while you are in a Chat. Gboard is a keyboard app which is developed by Google and was released in May 2016 for iOS initially and was then pushed to Android in the month of December same year.

Today Google has announced in a blog post that the users of Gboard will now be getting suggestion based on the type of conversation to share their feelings. Gboard offers its users with many stickers, emojis and GIF’s all at once with regular updates for its sticker store for the people around the world. In the blog post, it is mentioned that there are many emojis, stickers and GIF’s and could be difficult to find the best one easily. In that case, Gboard uses AI for suggesting the best one while wishing on a birthday, greeting your friends or even congratulating them on their successes.

This makes the conversation easier and faster without much fuss and saves a lot of time of its users. There will be a GIF icon placed on the top left corner of the Board while chatting and the user needs to tap on the same to see the selected list of GIF’s, emojis and stickers that are related to the conversation and Gboard thinks it will be apt for the text. It will be very easy to use and still if the user docent like the suggestion, they can also go and search for more manually.

This feature will be initially available in English only and it is expected to be expanded globally to support more languages over time. It is also mentioned that they will also bring in support for more type of content to enhance the experience of the users while chatting with their loved one. Did you use this new feature? Comment in the section below if you have any queries and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates

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