Gboard for Android now uses AI to suggest relevant GIFs, emoji, and stickers

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There are lots of GIFs, emojis, and stickers available to help you express yourself in messages, and so Google is improving Gboard to make it easier for you to find the perfect one.

Starting today, Gboard will use AI to suggest GIFS, emoji, and stickers related to your conversation. The process takes place entirely on your device to ensure that the suggestions are private and that they happen as quickly as possible. Just tap the „GIF“ icon in the upper left corner of Gboard when you’re typing and you’ll see the GIFs, emoji, and stickers that Gboard thinks are a fit for you.

This feature is now rolling out globally to all Android users with Gboard. It’s only available in English to start, but Google says it’ll expand Gboard suggestions to more languages and more content over time.

There are thousands of GIFs, emoji, and stickers to choose from, and there are more being added all the time, so it can be annoying to scroll through all the options available to you just to find a good one to use. That’s where features like Gboard’s AI suggestions come in. If you’re on Android and you use Gboard as your keyboard of choice, then give this feature a try today!

This article was originally posted on PhoneDog

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