Present day smartphones are equipped with on-screen keyboards. With any modernization or development users have been given access to take advantage of all the functionalities in Android.
Most of the users like to use third-party keyboards like Google’s Gboard and SwiftKey. The app of keyboard is good for anyone who desires to send messages rapidly while including names of contacts or places.
Here, we have discussed how to change the keyboard of your Android smartphone with a few simple steps.
Step 1: Go to the Google Play Store and install the Gboard app if not installed already or update if already installed.
Step 2: Once the installation/update is done, go to any messaging app to compose your message that may be WhatsApp, Gmail or Facebook.
Step 3: You swipe down the notification centre when keyboard is open and you will find the settings pop-up for your keyboard.
Step 4: Then click on the pop-up and you will be redirected to the settings page of ‘Languages and Input’. Here you can also manage the system and keyboard languages.
Step 5: From the ‘Keyboards’ section, you may select Gboard from the keyboards available. You search and send GIF files and images right from the keyboard and make your chat more amusing,
Likewise you may install SwiftKey keyboard app. This app directs you through a step-by-step process to make active the keyboard, add themes, and also collect names of contacts from your email ids or social networking accounts.