Gboard adds support for more than new 50 language varieties

Every few months, Google adds some new language variants to Gboard. This time around, a whopping 50+ language varieties have been added, most of which you probably haven’t heard of. Unfortunately, Google hasn’t divulged every single addition, though there are some that are name-dropped.

Without further ado, here’s the list of 31 mentioned:

Alas
Amis
Brahui
Choctaw
Gayo
Giryama
Gorontalo
Gusii
Hehe
Iban
Jingpho
Kadazandusun
Kamba
Kekchi
Konkomba
Konzo
Kumyk
Lugbara
Luo
Makasaar
Meru
Nande
Nkore
Nyaturu
Sasak
Teso
Tooro & Wayuu
Karelian
Komi-Permyak
Eastern Oromo
Trinidadian Creole English

Unfortunately, because Google didn’t provide all of the names in the changelog and the support page hasn’t yet been updated, we’re still missing over 19 entries from that list. Read MoreGboard adds support for more than new 50 language varieties was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Telegram X adds support for Android Pie, new languages, and more

Back in January, secure messaging app Telegram acquired an alternative client based on its own database library. Since then, it’s rebranded the app from Challegram to Telegram X, and made it a testing ground for experimental features. An extremely fruitful testing ground. This new October update is no different from its feature-packed predecessors, delivering a ton of changes. Among the most interesting additions: the introduction of new supported languages and Android Pie features. Read MoreTelegram X adds support for Android Pie, new languages, and more was written by the awesome team at Android Police.