Google Keyboard 3.0 released adding personalised word suggestions
Google’s very own keyboard has today been updated to version 3.0, or more specifically 3.0.19373. The update brings a few minor bug fixes and tweaks, such as a dedicated “ABC” button to switch from emoji.
Of most interest in the Google Keyboard 3.0 update is a new personalised suggestions feature which uses data from other Google Apps and Services to improve suggestions and corrections.
The settings is enabled by default, so will need turning off if you aren’t too happy with Google capturing keyboard info in other apps.
Google Keyboard 3.0 is now available in the Google Play Store.
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