Despite the declining consumer interest in third-party keyboard apps, Google is still developing a new app for mobile devices and unveiled a new expansion to their Gboard reach which includes Chinese as well as Korean languages.
This new expansion will first arrive on the app for Android and will later be introduced on other mobile devices, according to TechCrunch.
With the new 20 languages, Google covers 74 per cent of the world's population and is looking to add lesser-known languages including Manx and Maori.
This announcement comes only a day after Google announced new changes to its app for iOS.
The search engine revealed they are letting users discover and share information more fluidly across iMessage and the Google App itself, The Verge reported.
Google now supports a new iMessage extension that will allow users to search for and share things like videos, businesses and more when messaging each other.
Although the feature is currently only available in the US, the new development will be spread across the world to other iOS users.
Google is also working on building the related content feature it introduced last year within the app for iOS.
The ability to discover related content now works with any browser on a mobile device which means if a user is on Safari, they can choose to have Google show suggestions for related content without having to do a new search.