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HallStevenson

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May 1, 2012
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I've been on Android for many, many years and for 2-3 years, have used "swipe" keyboarding input a lot. Since Apple's default keyboard has no support, I installed Google's keyboard for iOS. After installing it, you have to manually "Add New Keyboard..." and so on. Well, when I look in the "Keyboards" menu, there are (4) listed: English, Emoji, GBoard--Google, and Google. So, I remove the (2) Google ones and then uninstalled the GBoard app and rebooted for good measure.

Now when I go to the same menu, I still get "Google" already listed under the 3rd party keyboard section. Where is that coming from ? Does Apple include it in iOS (running 10.3.3 currently) ? I really doubt they do !
 

Rocco2V

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Jun 22, 2017
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10.3.3 is still in beta, it might be a bug. I am on 10.3.3 also, but there is no google keyboard
 
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HallStevenson

macrumors 6502a
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May 1, 2012
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Do you use any Google apps? I'm wondering if it comes with one of those that I use.
 
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