Daydream Keyboard is getting support for more languages, layout improvements

The Daydream Keyboard has more than a million download in the Google Play Store, which proves VR (virtual reality) is becoming more and more popular among smartphone users.

Recognizing the importance of the new VR technology, Google has been delivering new updates for both its Daydream and Daydream Keyboard applications quite often.

Today, a new version of Daydream Keyboard has been released in the Google Play Store, which brings a couple of improvements to users of VR technology. Among the most important new features mentioned by Google is support for seven languages, and a better layout for punctuation marks.

The newest version of Daydream Keyboard comes with support for Chinese Simplified, Singapore English, Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, Dutch, and Danish languages. Also, Google added a new feature that will make the app automatically default to system language if all of the supported languages are unselected.

A couple of issues have been addressed too, such as the problem with the toggle button that sometimes becomes invisible. Lastly, the expand button has been slightly reworked and now features a hover state.

source: Google Play


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