The latest Google update for Gboard supports 28 new varieties of languages, including two German, Finnish, Swedish and Tahitian dialects. With this round of additions, Google's virtual keyboard now supports a total of 446 language variants in Android.

Here is the Gboard changelog:

NEW

  • Your minis: stickers based on you
  • 28 language varieties, including: Assyrian Neo-Aramaic, Albanian gheg, Betawi, Bukusu, Chiga, Dargwa, Extremaduro, Gondi, Garo, Hiri, Hunsrik, Malay Jambi, Kurukh, Lango, Malay Kedah, Malay Sabah, Masaba, Nyoro, Picard, Pfaelzisch, Balkan Romani, Tahitian, Soga

And this is the list of 28 language varieties recently added to Gboard:

Neo-Aramaic Assyrian (Sureth)
Balkan Romani
Betawi
Bukusu
Chiga
Dargwa
Extremadura
Garo (Bengali script )
Garo (Latin script)
German (Belgium)
German (Luxembourg)
Albanian gheg
Gondi
Hiri
Hunsrik
Jambi Malay
Kedah Malay
Kurukh
Lango
Lingala
Masaba
Nyoro
Pfaelzisch
Picard
Sabah Malay
Rope
Swedish (Finland)
Tahitian

Gboard, which recently passed 1,000 million installations in the Play Store, also presents its new sticker packs "minis" in the latest stable version of the application, according to the change log. However, some users seem to have some problems seeing the new function on their keyboard.

The update is live on the Play Store. Of course, you can also take Gboard v7.5.12 from APKMirror.

  Gboard: the Google keyboard
  Gboard: the Google keyboard