App Briefs: Google Keyboard gets dictionary sync & Hitman: Sniper debuts in Play Store

Google Keyboard syncGoogle Keyboard gets custom dictionary sync in latest update

Google has released version 4.1 of its official keyboard application in Play Store. The updated version brings support for syncing custom dictionaries across devices using Google Accounts and access to emojis from physical keyboards.

You can now go to Accounts and Privacy in Google Keyboard settings to toggle the keyboard sync to use the personal dictionary sync feature. On the emoji front, you can just hit Alt on your physical keyboard to bring the emoji panel and use the arrow keys to select the desired emoji. [Source][Via]

Hitman: Sniper game debuts in Google Play

Square Enix Montreal has announced that its new Hitman: Sniper game is now available in Google Play store. In this fixed position shooting game, which is set in Montenegro, you take the role of Agent 47 and eliminate the targets to complete your contracts.Hitman: Sniper

Around 300MB in size, the game costs $4.99 and also includes several in-app purchases. It is the second Hitman-series game to be available on Android after Hitman Go was released last year on June 4.

Here are some of the highlights of the game

  • Over 150 missions
  • Replay and uncover more secrets as contracts evolve
  • Compete against your friends
  • Unlock and assemble 13 epic sniper rifles

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