Gboard's virtual keyboard for Android has mastered over 500 languages

The developers of the virtual keyboard Google Gboard for Android can be proud of their work - it took them only two years for their brainchild to “master” 500 languages ​​(in December 2016 there were 100, and in March 2017 - 300).

Google Gboard allows different peoples to write texts in their own language. It supports over 40 writing systems, including Latin, Cyrillic, Devanagari and many rare languages. The new list includes Nigerian Pidgin, Pontic Greek, Balinese and Rangpuri. For a complete listing, see the Gboard Help.

Thanks to the increased capabilities of the virtual keyboard, more than 90% of the world's inhabitants will now be able to type on their computers, tablets and smartphones using their own native language.