There are many keyboard choices for Android users on the Play Store, but only a few have languages as large as Google Gboard, Google's virtual keyboard. Recently, Gboard added 50 new languages so that more users could use different languages. Including several regional languages of Indonesia.
Gboard already supports more than 500 languages after adding 50 new languages.This is one of the widely used keyboards in the Google Play Store.
Some of the new languages added may be foreign names. The new languages include: Alas, Friends, Brahui, Choctaw, Giryama, Gusii, Hehe, Iban and others. From Indonesia, there are Lampung Api, Ma'anyan, Manado Malay, Musi, Ngaju and North Moluccan Malay. Here is the complete list.
Currently, the GBoard update has been received by Android users and can be used by downloading the latest Gboard updates from Android.
While for iOS users, Gboard updates are still waiting a few weeks.