Google Gboard, Morse Code Alphabet Supported

A new add-on announced for obstacles, especially to ease mobile device use and enhance communication among people, will make life easier for many people.

Google-developed practical and handy keyboard Gboard today has Morse code support as an input method, officially announced. This new feature on iOS devices was previously integrated into Android devices in beta form. The Gboard Mors add-on has now been re-published for both iOS and Android, along with various enhancements and improvements.

When you activate the Morse code via the Gboard, the keyboard area is filled with two large dots and hyphens. When you touch these symbols, the suggested words start appearing just as they are in the QWERTY version. Even Google has even developed a Morse Typing Trainer game to teach people this technique. You can play this game on both mobile and desktop platforms.

The Morse code feature was featured in a blog post by Tania Finlayson, who developed the software in collaboration with Google. It is stated that Tania's statements should not forget that technology companies do not have enough room for hurdles for hurdles such as this and that the developed softwares will affect some people's lives positively.


The only thing users will want to try the Morse plugin is to download and use the application.
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Tania Finlayson states that Gboard for Android allows connecting to external devices and that people with limited mobility will be able to use the application as well.