In case you do not know, Gboard is the revamped version of Google keyboard. The app first hit the Play Store in December of last year. Recently, the app received a major update. This update brings 40 additional languages and native support for stickers to the beloved keyboard app from the search giant Google.
Thus, with this new update, Gboard now officially supports 120 languages. However, Google already provides these languages through different input methods. Hence, using the Gboard app, one does not need to download those required separate input methods. This update not only brings those additional languages, but also brings native sticker support to the app. At first one had to install Google Allo app to use stickers from the Gboard app. But, with this new update, four sticker packs are included by default in the app itself. Further, users can also download other sticker packs as per their choice.
The update is already available from the Play Store. But, if you prefer to download the APK, we have provided the link at the end of the post. In order to install APK, you must enable install from unknown sources in the settings of your smartphone. Then, open the downloaded APK file to install it.