Download Google Indic Keyboard

How to Use Google Indic Keyboard on a PC

Last updated on April 17th, 2020

Published by:
Category: Apps, Tools

Screenshots

Tutorial: How to Download and Install Google Indic Keyboard on PC

Step 1: Download an Andriod APK Software emulator for Windows PC

The below are the best emulators on the market.
A. Nox App. OR
B. Bluestacks App.
I recommend Bluestacks. It is very popular, hence if you run into issues using it, you can find excellent troubleshooting solutions online


Step 2: Install the downloaded Software Emulator on your Windows PC

Go to your download folder->Click the app to install the application->Accept the EULA License agreement.
Follow the on screen directives to install the application.
If the above is done correctly, the Software will be installed successfully.


Step 3: Installing Google Indic Keyboard on Windows PC - Windows 7/8/8.1/10

Open the Emulator application and in it's search bar, type Google Indic Keyboard and Search. On the search results page, Click Google Indic Keyboard app icon. This will open a new window within the Eumaltor.
Click "Install" and your application will start installing.
Next, you will see the "All Apps" icon. Click it to see all installed apps.
Once you see the Google Indic Keyboard icon, Click to start using your app on your PC Laptop

Download Links

    Download APK for PC (23.5 MB)
    Install from Play Store

Developer's Description

Google Indic Keyboard allows you to type messages, update on social networks or compose emails in your own native language on your Android phone. Currently it includes the following keyboards:

– English keyboard
– Assamese keyboard (অসমীয়া)
– Bengali keyboard (বাংলা)
– Gujarati keyboard (ગુજરાતી)
– Hindi keyboard (हिंदी)
– Kannada keyboard (ಕನ್ನಡ)
– Malayalam keyboard (മലയാളം)
– Marathi keyboard (मराठी)
– Odia keyboard (ଓଡ଼ିଆ)
– Punjabi keyboard (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ)
– Tamil keyboard (தமிழ்)
– Telugu keyboard (తెలుగు)

On your phone, if you can read your language in its native script above, you may install and use Google Indic Keyboard to input your language; otherwise your phone may not support your language.

Google Indic Keyboard supports different modes of input:

– Transliteration mode – Get output in your native language by spelling out the pronunciation using English letters (For example, “namaste“ -> “नमस्ते“.)

– Native keyboard mode – Type directly in native script.

– Handwriting mode (currently available for Hindi only) – Write directly on your phone screen.

– Hinglish mode – If you choose “Hindi” as an input language, the English keyboard will suggest both English and Hinglish terms.

How can I enable it and set it as the default keyboard?
– On Android 5.x and newer versions:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, go to Current Keyboard -> Choose Keyboards -> Check “Google Indic Keyboard” -> back to “Language & input” -> Current Keyboard -> Select “English & Indic Languages (Google Indic Keyboard)”When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by clicking the keyboard icon on the bottom right corner of the screen.
– On Android 4.x:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, check Google Indic Keyboard, then click Default and select “Google Indic Keyboard” in the “Choose input method” dialog.
When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by selecting “Choose input method” in the Notification area.
– Support gender emojis
– Added 2 keyboard themes
– Bug fixes and performance improvements


Google Indic Keyboard allows you to type messages, update on social networks or compose emails in your own native language on your Android phone. Currently it includes the following keyboards:

– English keyboard
– Assamese keyboard (অসমীয়া)
– Bengali keyboard (বাংলা)
– Gujarati keyboard (ગુજરાતી)
– Hindi keyboard (हिंदी)
– Kannada keyboard (ಕನ್ನಡ)
– Malayalam keyboard (മലയാളം)
– Marathi keyboard (मराठी)
– Odia keyboard (ଓଡ଼ିଆ)
– Punjabi keyboard (ਪੰਜਾਬੀ)
– Tamil keyboard (தமிழ்)
– Telugu keyboard (తెలుగు)

On your phone, if you can read your language in its native script above, you may install and use Google Indic Keyboard to input your language; otherwise your phone may not support your language.

Google Indic Keyboard supports different modes of input:

– Transliteration mode – Get output in your native language by spelling out the pronunciation using English letters (For example, “namaste“ -> “नमस्ते“.)

– Native keyboard mode – Type directly in native script.

– Handwriting mode (currently available for Hindi only) – Write directly on your phone screen.

– Hinglish mode – If you choose “Hindi” as an input language, the English keyboard will suggest both English and Hinglish terms.

How can I enable it and set it as the default keyboard?
– On Android 5.x and newer versions:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, go to Current Keyboard -> Choose Keyboards -> Check “Google Indic Keyboard” -> back to “Language & input” -> Current Keyboard -> Select “English & Indic Languages (Google Indic Keyboard)”When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by clicking the keyboard icon on the bottom right corner of the screen.
– On Android 4.x:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, check Google Indic Keyboard, then click Default and select “Google Indic Keyboard” in the “Choose input method” dialog.
When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by selecting “Choose input method” in the Notification area.
– Support gender emojis
– Added 2 keyboard themes
– Bug fixes and performance improvements

App Details

App Name Google Indic Keyboard
Package Name com.google.android.apps.inputmethod.hindi
Version 3.2.6.193126728-armeabi-v7a
Rating 9.0 ( 457447 )
Size 23.5 MB
Requirement Windows 7 or higher.
Updated
Installs 100,000,000+
Category Apps, Tools
Author