Gboard (Google keyboard) is easily one of the most popularly used keyboard on Android smartphones as well as iPhones. That s no surprise as it offers a wide variety of features starting from the basic Swipe-to-type, to giving quick access to GIFs and memes. That said, the keyboard carries a rather limited range of themes to choose from, which might not meet everybody s style. If you re one of those users, then there might actually be something you can do about it. Also Read - YouTube begins testing offline video downloads feature for desktop: How to enableAlso Read - iQOO Z5 5G launched globally, slated to launch in India on September 27
According to a new report from XDA developers, an XDA Senior member RKBD recently rolled out an Magisk module for Gboard app that lets users add a whole range of new themes to the keyboard on their Android devices. Currently the module carries themes from various other smartphones including the one from Poco F1, Razer Phone, iOS and even Windows. There are said to be plenty of others included as well. Also Read - Microsoft Surface Duo 2 in-pics: Closer look at the world's slimmest 5G device, that folds too
If you re interested, then you can get a link to download the Magisk Module on XDA developers. It should be noted that to install the module you need a custom recovery running on your smartphone. That said, the device does not necessarily have to be rooted to work with it.
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In other news, Google recently introduced custom emoji s for the Gboard called as Mini stickers. It allows uses to create a Bitmoji-like avatar by simple clicking a selfie of them. The feature is available with the latest update on both iOS and Android devices.