INTRO: Gboard has reportedly gained support for Smart Compose with the latest beta version on Android. The feature supports Google’s Messages and third-party messaging apps like WhatsApp and Telegram.
Gboard Gains Support For Smart Compose In Latest Beta Version
Smart Compose was announced at Google I/O 2018. Gmail first gained support for the feature on the online. The feature eventually became available to the Pixel 3 series and every one Gmail users on Android. As it was reported by 9to5Google, the Smart Compose is survived Gboard beta version 184.108.40.2067844448. The feature works just like how it does on the Gmail app. You will see quick predictions that you may choose to complete the sentence.
Currently, It remains uncertain that if Google would limit Smart Compose to Messages, WhatsApp, and Telegram. Since Gboard technically brings out the feature, it should work with the other messaging apps also. If the feature is exclusive to Gboard, it could help the app stand out from other popular keyboard apps out there.
Limited Rollouts Only
Smart Compose seems to possess gotten a limited rollout even on the newest beta version. The feature was missing on my device running an equivalent build of Gboard once I checked. Having said that, we could expect the software giant to make the feature available in the coming months.
So, if Google rolls out the feature with support for the popular messaging apps through Gboard within the near future, would you think about switching to Google Keyboard as your primary keyboard? Would you prefer the google keyboard for all your apps? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.