Google Shares Nexus Typing Experience to Everyone
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Owners of non-Nexus devices can now switch to a stock Google Keyboard, the virtual keyboard that Google uses for its own devices. The Google Keyboard app offers all of the same features that were introduced on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean's default keyboard, including gesture typing, automatic error correction, word predictions, and voice typing. The Google Keyboard app requires Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher and can be installed for free through the Google Play Store.

What Else You Need To Know

  • Google Keyboard is touted as one of the smartest keyboards with its gesture typing feature, which actively predicts words on-screen as the user gestures between letters.

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This is a great day for keyboard enthusiasts. - Kellex, Droid Life  
By offering its app to even more users, Google will be able to learn more about how users actually use its keyboard. - Emil Protalinski, The Next Web  
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