gboard

If you are using Android, then you might be using or might have used Google’s Gboard on it over your default manufacturer’s keyboard. For example, I really do hate Samsung’s Keyboard and thus use Gboard as a replacement.

According to AndroidPolice.com, these are the new languages now available on Gboard
  • Abron
  • Afar
  • Akoose
  • Avar
  • Azerbaijani (Russia)
  • Balinese, Balinese
  • Balinese, Latin
  • Banggai
  • Bangka Malay
  • Basaa
  • Batak Mandailing
  • Berom
  • Bosnian (Cyrillic)
  • Cebaara Senoufo
  • Cherokee (Dual-Case)
  • Coptic*
  • Crimean Tatar
  • Dan
  • Dangme
  • Eastern Cham (Latin)
  • Efik
  • Ewondo
  • Fon
  • Georgian, Georgian
  • Georgian, Khutsuri
  • Gilbertese
  • Hakha Chin
  • Javanese (Aksara Jawa)
  • Kalam Kohistani
  • Kok Borok (Bengali)
  • Kok Borok (Latin)
  • Komering
  • Komi-Zyrian
  • Koronadal Blaan
  • Kutai Malay
  • Laki
  • Ledo Kaili
  • Lendu
  • Livonian
  • Luba-Kasai
  • Mandar
  • Manggarai
  • Mende
  • Ngbaka Gbaya
  • Nias
  • Niuean
  • Northern Betsimisaraka Malagasy
  • Northern Min
  • Northern Ndebele
  • Nupe
  • Pahari-Pothwari
  • Papuan Malay
  • Sakalava Malagasy
  • Saraiki (Urdu Arabic)
  • Sesotho (Lesotho)
  • Shina (Pakistan)
  • Swazi (South Africa)
  • Tai Dam (Latin)
  • Tati
  • Temne
  • Tokelauan
  • Youjiang Zhuang

You can download the latest update from Google Play from here.