Gboard for iOS Finally Receives Instant Language Translation

Alfred Osborne
March 17, 2019

Google has released an update for its Gboard mobile keyboard for iOS, adding text translation support for all languages supported by Google Translate.

The translation feature has been available on Gboard for Android since 2017.

As per a changelog shared on App Store, the users can now translate between all the languages supported by Google Translate right inside the Gboard for iOS app.

You can now type in multiple languages without having to change the language!

Gboard for iOS adds text translation support: Here’s how to use it

Google has updated a handful of their iOS apps lately, bringing more features and support for iPhone and iPad users. The familiar language detect option is selected by default and you can always manually choose which languages you want to convert. To date, Gboard has language support for nearly 700 languages. Pick the languages to translate to and from.

"As you type, you'll find the translation in the suggestion strip or by pressing the Google button". The translated text will be automatically entered into the messaging (or other) app's text field, eliminating the need to copy and paste.

Download it here from App Store for free.

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