Download Gboard 6.0.65.141378828 APK

Google Keyboard is now Gboard as the new update hit the market, there are tons of new features. This new Gboard comes with integrated search, dedicated number row, multiple active languages, and more. The best thing is that now you can use this new reborn Gboard on all the Android devices. Since this update rolled out yesterday that’s why not everyone can grab it from Google Play. Those are still waiting they can download Gboard 6.0.65.141378828 APK  from the following links.

Download Gboard 6.0.65.141378828 APK

  • G button (enabled in settings) offers quick access to search from the keyboard
  • Pop-out toolbar (when G button not enabled) provides access to themes, settings, one-handed mode, and search
  • Optional dedicated number row
  • Up to three active languages with preference for one (previously had to switch)
  • Gesture typing is now called Glide typing.
  • Search for emoji
  • Rearranged emoji panel with group selection at bottom
  • Emoji have bright halo effect around them
  • GIF button is always shown, but disabled in apps without support.
Gboard - the Google Keyboard
Gboard - the Google Keyboard
Developer: Google Inc.
Price: Free

MyJio Gboard 6.0.65.141378828 APK and How to Install

  1. Download Gboard 6.0.65.141378828 APK. { 6.0.65.141378828-arm64-v8a } { 6.0.65.141378828-armeabi-v7a }
  2. Download the file to your phone straight away, or copy it to your phone from your PC.
  3. Now on your phone, go to settings > security > allow unknown sources > check this.
  4. Now using a file manager, locate the APK file that your just copied or downloaded.
  5. Tap the APK file and finish installation using the on-screen instructions.
  6. Once installed, access the newly installed application through app drawer.

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