Gboard updates adds Maps, doodles to iOS smart keyboard

Google’s Gboard application got a noteworthy redesign on iOS, fusing two of the tech goliath’s best-known items to the extra console to make informing much simpler. Google is adding some new elements to its users console for iOS, which is now empowers YouTube, guide and drawing integration.

Clients of iOS can tap the G button, and draw in data from Maps and YouTube, making it “less demanding than any time in recent memory to share area and video content in any messaging application” as indicated by this item chief Alan Ni.

Furthermore, tapping on the emoji icon now empowers access to the new Ink drawing highlight by tapping on the pen icon.

The most up to date refresh likewise includes bolster for three new languages: Farsi, Arabic and Hebrew.

The new elements are accessible in the most recent rendition of Gboard for iOS accessible today.