Google's Gboard application is getting a new update which brings features like spell check, a mini mode for the morse code keyboard, and an adaptive icon. Though few of them are already available, few are still disabled. As for the stuff that is lying beneath, there are hints at the development of Minis; Allo type Selfie Stickers, a floating keyboard, more Make GIF effects, and more.  The new Spell check feature will now underline misspellings in red, but this feature can be turned off. However, the feature still might be having some glitch, as it is not enabled by default. Since the setting does exist, we hope it will be fixed soon. Google at the I/O 2018 introduced the Morse Code keyboard and now the company is bringing a mini Morse keyboard so you can reclaim some of the screen sizes.  To enable the mini keyboard, you can open the language settings and tap on the morse code keyboard, and there you will find the toggle to turn it off/on. Google's Gboard finally gets the adaptive icon which you can enable from the launch settings or change icon. Google seems to be testing the floating keyboard and the benefit of it is that it allows the ...

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