Technology Google Gboard now lets you draw to search emoji because why not

21:56  12 june  2017
21:56  12 june  2017 Source:   MSN

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With Gboard ’s built-in GIF and emoji search , you can quickly find an appropriate GIF for the best reaction and find the perfect emoji to express your emotions in chats. Rodney Coleman. And this is why Google runs better on iPhone…

Because now I can search for emoji and GIFs directly from Gboard . And it’s super easy. Basically, if you ’re using the newest version of Google Keyboard—which is now called Gboard —then the emoji keyboard got a bit of a makeover.

  Google Gboard now lets you draw to search emoji because why not © Provided by The Next Web Google’s excellent Gboard for Android is getting a few updates today meant to speed up your conversations a little bit.

Most notably, you can now draw emoji. No, this doesn’t mean you get to turn your scribbles into your own emoji, but Google will recognize what you’re trying to draw and offer up some suggestions. The feature likely builds off of the technology in Google’s AutoDraw app introduced a couple of months ago, which similarly turns your doodles into clean clip art.

Of course, you could already just search for an emoji, but the new feature comes in handy if you’re looking for a particular emoji but don’t know what it’s call. Plus drawing stuff is fun.

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Meet Gboard , a new app for your iPhone that lets you search and send information, GIFs, emojis and more, right from your keyboard. Now whether you ’re a low key fan or a true culture vulture, Google can help you become an art expert with two new features across Search and Maps.

5. Search for emoji . Finding emoji couldn’t be easier. Photo: Google . Gboard lets you customize more than you might think. Screenshot: Cult of Mac.

That said, in a blasphemous move, Google demonstrated the feature using the classic ‘blob’ emoji, knowing all-too-well they’re about to kill them off for a vastly inferior redesign.

  Google Gboard now lets you draw to search emoji because why not © Provided by The Next Web Second, Google can now predict entire phrases instead of just the next word. Type “What do” and google will suggest “you think,” for instance. I can’t see myself using this feature all that much – I hardly ever autocomplete words, let alone entire phrases – but it might be useful for slower typists, or if you’re using a device with one hand.

  Google Gboard now lets you draw to search emoji because why not © Provided by The Next Web Lastly, Google now shows multiple results when you initiate a web search through the keyboard, which should make it easier to find and share things like restaurant suggestions or locations on Google Maps.

No word on when these features are coming to iOS, but you’ll see them in Gboard for Android starting today with version 6.3 of the app.

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