Today Google has bought Chinese (both traditional and simplified Chinese) and Korean languages to its Gboard on Android along with twenty additional languages. Currently Gboard for Android supports over 300 language varieties (covering 74% of the world’s population).

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You can see the full list of supported languages here, and the new ones will be rolling out worldwide over the next few days.

Update is already available in Google Playstore which includes some of the world’s most widely spoken languages, but also much lesser known ones – like Manx, Fulani, and Maori.

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