Chrooma Keyboard 4.0 Leaves Beta, Available for All on Google Play
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In mid-December, the team behind Chrooma Keyboard launched version 4.0 for beta users. Today, version 4.0 is being pushed as a public build to Google Play, bringing its neural prediction and GIF goodness to everyone.
Beyond the neural predictions, Chrooma now offers a neural action row, words blacklist to help block words you don’t want to see, a colored navbar, plus the latest emoji available to Android users.
Since the launch of Gboard (basically a renamed Google Keyboard), I haven’t used Chrooma too much, but I may go back and give version 4.0 a try. Something about the color changes within each app really excites my brain.
Check out the changelog, then hit up the Google Play link below.
- Bug fixes
- Neural Prediction
- GIFs Send/Search
- Smart Clipboard
- Neural Action Row
- Emoji Suggestions
- Words Blacklist
- Coloured Navbar
- Latest emojis
- Quick Punctuation
- Custom Number Layout
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