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Slash, a new free keyboard that puts the spotlight on Google search

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Gboard for iOS and the new app messaging coming this summer from Google, we found a denominator in common and it is the ability to perform searches and other so many things from a same app. Gboard incorporates Google search and Allo has as one of its options this ability to avoid or which leave the app to search for and link quickly.

As not all have an iOS device and we still have a month or two to be with Allo, Slash is a new completely free keyboard that can be downloaded from the App Store and Google Play Store to have Google search as one of the qualities that calls powerfully the attention. A keyboard that is surprising by how well it works and by those “slash” that allow you to do almost anything.

Slash allows you to write several commands such as pin, /emoji, /giphy, and so many more to share all types of content through it and without having to go to another application. You can search for images, share your geo-location, send GIFs, stickers and much more.

You have the option of creating your own custom “slash” or commands to take greater advantage of this app that comes with all the best intentions to be located in a space not very populated right now in the category of keyboard apps. And it is that apart from providing this wealth of features, so it regards the keyboard itself, it works very well.

Predictive keyboard, five different topics , or add to the Clipboard a search result directly are other qualities that you encourage surely, at least to try it.

Slash is completely free from the App Store and Google Play Store without having to pay extra or have advertising within the application. Highly recommended.

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The article Slash, a new free keyboard that puts the spotlight on the Google search has been originally published in news Gadget.

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