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Google’s Gboard keyboard now lets you communicate through Morse code on both Android and iOS

[2018-07-11 15:30:46]

Google today announced that it is bringing Morse code as an input method to Gboard for iOS. The company first integrated Morse code into the Android version of Gboard (in beta form) shortly after its I/O 2018 keynote. Alongside the debut on iOS, Google says it has made numerous improvements to the Android experience, too. When activated, Morse code fills the keyboard area with two large dot and dash icons. As you tap the icons, word suggestions will appear at the top of the on-screen keyboard just as they do when you’re using the QWERTY version. Google has created a Morse Typing Trainer game that it says can teach users Morse code in under an hour. You can play it on both mobile and desktop. Tania Finlayson, an assistive tech developer...

Google’s Gboard keyboard now lets you communicate through Morse code on both Android and iOS

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