Google Search for iOS Now Comes with Gboard, 3D Touch Actions, and Trending Widget

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Google has integrated its Gboard keyboard app into the Google Search app for iOS. With the Gboard extension for the Google Search app, iPhone and iPad owners will no longer have to install the standalone Gboard keyboard app on their device.

Once you update the Google Search app on your iOS device to the latest version, make sure to enable the keyboard from the Google App settings.

The latest update also introduces a “Trending on Google” widget that makes it easier to follow breaking news and other trending searches from across the world from your iOS home screen. You can also access trending searches widget by 3D Touching on the Google Search icon. The 3D Touch menu now also provides you with the option to quickly jump into any particular type of search: images, search in incognito mode, voice search, and more.

Gboard Search Widget

Google has also added 3D Touch integration throughout the app, so you can hard press on the G icon at the bottom of any page to start a new search. You can also hard press on search results, Map listing, and cards to get a quick preview of the content.

If you have not already, you can grab the latest Google Search update for iOS from the App Store.

[Via Google]