Google continues to tweak its Gboard keyboard app for iOS, as it has now gained the ability for users to delete misspelled suggestions from the dictionary.
When you’re typing with Gboard and you see a misspelled suggestion, all you have to do is tap and hold on it, then a menu will pop up saying “Stop Suggesting _____ ?” Tap “OK” and you’ll never see that suggestion again. Gboard says “this action cannot be undone,” so choose skips wisely?
Today also adds support for Hindi and Hinglish, while a couple weeks ago, Gboard added numbers to the top row of keys (similar to what you see on iPad), which you can quickly type by long pressing or swiping up, as well as the addition of emoticon support.
It would be nice for iOS to have a similar feature to remove misspelled auto correct suggestions. Gboard’s swipe feature continues to improve and the keyboard app is worthy one to consider if you’re deep into Google services for search and more. It’s the quickest way to send directions, YouTube links, GIFs, emojis and more.
Click here to download Gboard for iOS in the App Store.