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Google Keyboard update rolling out, adds 8 Indian languages

Google Keyboard is rolling out an update - v3.2 brings more than just bug fixes and a cleaner settings menu, 8 new languages will give India much to cheer about.
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October 17, 2014
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Google is updating the Google Keyboard app, in addition to the long list of new stuff they’ve pushed out over the last couple days. Google Keyboard v3.2 adds 8 new languages and throws in a touch of reorganization to the settings menu.

Let’s start with the settings menu. The current, or previous, if you look at this that way, settings menu was pretty simple, a list of one item after the other. The update brings a bit of maturity to the structure, grouping like settings together in separate sections. Mostly, you’ll find that most everything just fits on a single screen now.

Google Keyboard Settings Update

 

Now to the major news, the added languages, eight in total, open up to a huge population. Android users in India have the most reason to celebrate, with the vast majority of languages added bringing Indian users to Google Keyboard. The full list of new languages is as follows:

  • Bengali
  • Hindi
  • Kannada
  • Malayalam
  • Maathi
  • Tamil (India)
  • Tamil (Singapore)
  • Telugu

Aside from the typical smattering of bug fixes, that is about all of the updates to the Google Keyboard this time around. Look out for the update coming to your device, or head on in to the Google Play Store to get your copy Google Keyboard v3.2.

With all of the keyboards out there, do you use Google Keyboard?