Google Is Expanding the Audience of Android Users Who Have Gboard Custom Text Stickers

  • Taylor Anderson
  • 13 Jun 2022

Now a large number of Android users will have access to custom text stickers, which can be accessed by people who use the US-English type of Gboard keyboard. Before this update, only Google Pixel users could use this feature, which allowed them to create creative personalized stickers.
Google is not only increasing the number of custom stickers but also releasing over 1,600 new Pride Month along with summer-themed mashups styled for Gboard's Emoji Kitchen. To start using this feature, you can simply use emoticons in messages, and then the program itself will offer you an array of suitable stickers. As a result, you will get interesting and unusual offers that will look fresh and unique.
Google's innovations have affected not only Gboard but also 2 rather important applications for people with disabilities: Lookout and Sound Amplifier. Lookout is designed for people who have vision problems. Now it will have an offline mode available, as well as the ability to hear the description of the image from the browser and most applications. The Sound Amplifier helps people with hearing impairments. Now it has a redesigned interface, even more, accurate and clear sound quality, and, of course, background noise suppression.
And another nice update concerns the ability to use all Google Play Points in applications. You will no longer need additional steps to convert them.
What updates do you like the most? Do you think Gboard Custom Text Stickers is an interesting feature? Please share your opinion below!

 

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