Google’s most loved keyboard for iOS is finally making its way to Android. Now named as Gboard, the new keyboard from Google provides features like “Search In Keyboard”, single handed use, Glid typing and multiple theme options. Pressing the “G” button enables In Search functionality allowing users to access Google Search from any app. The other options like Preferences, Single-Handed mode, and general settings can also be accessed by pressing the G button. The Gboard is currently available to download as an apk file from third parties, Google has yet to release any official statements regarding the availability of the new keyboard. Once installed the Gboard will take place of the native Google Keyboard, It is currently in the beta stage and it has been crashing a lot at least on my device. If you are interested in trying this out you can download the latest apk file from here.
Dropbox comes to Xbox One
Dropbox’s universal Windows app is bringing cloud storage option to the Xbox One. The new app features an entirely new designed user interface optimized for the big screens. Dropbox is the first cloud storage service to launch the universal Windows app for the Xbox One. This app will allow the Xbox One users to share, view or stream photo and video files from Dropbox. Xbox One users can also use third party apps like VLC player to stream the media content or use the USB drives to upload the files to Dropbox.
Stay tuned for the updates.
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