At its annual conference for developers Google I/O 2018, which was held in last May Google announced it would bring Morse code to keyboard app Google Gboard. At that time, the company Google released this feature for Google Gboard for Android indicating that this feature will see their way also to develop Google Gboard on the iOS platform in the near future. After a few months, Google announced it is now starting today the issuance of Morse code for the Google Gboard on the iOS platform as well. Moreover, the company announced it has made some improvements on this feature in the Google Gboard for Android.
The company Google is bring Morse code to keyboard app Google Gboard in collaboration with the developer of the software Tania Finlayson which was used for head movements which then translate to Morse code to be then converted to speech in order to communicate with others.
According to the developer of Tania Finlayson, they are stated by saying : ” I’m very excited because Google Gboard now contains keyboard Morse code, with various settings to accommodate more of the needs of individuals unique. I’m more excited about what will build his people. Starting with small games and fun teaching tools a new access to the apps contacts integrated, which will help the blade WaveNet “.
For those who don’t know how to use Morse code, don’t worry because there will be a book application for which will give users about it. There will also be stickers, printable you can hang it on the wall if you need a quick guide, and more.
Overall, the new update which brings with it the Morse code for Google Gboard on the iOS platform was released today, and should become available for download for all users very soon. The same thing applies to the update that improves the performance of the feature in the Google Gboard for Android.
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