In a case that is becoming increasingly rare, Google announced this It updates Wear OS with a new feature today – but don’t be too excited, it’s just a keyboard. In this case, Google will port Gboard, the swipable, predictive, text-driven keyboard offered for Android, iOS, and Android TV, as discovered by 9to5Google.
Like the larger phone version, Gboard for Wear OS supports multiple input methods on a keyboard that is slightly more finger-friendly than the old version of the operating system used. You can tap by tapping, swiping, or speaking. The keyboard also has easier access to emoji and “advanced suggestions” above the keyboard.
Together with the new keyboard, Google says it also offers multilingual support for all languages that are offered under Wear OS. To change languages, Gboard for Wear OS has a language shortcut at the bottom of the keyboard that brings up a menu of options.
The update is minor, but Google is at least looking out for one operating system that has received mostly minor updates for a while. Google opened Tiles on the operating system too Third-party developers earlier this yearand promised before Improve CPU performance in August 2020. Wed Google I / O 2021 – The company’s developer conference – On the horizon, there’s a chance Google will release further improvements to Wear OS. Until then, however, feel free to swipe to tap on your wrist.