Google has actually exceeded itself onthis year's crop of April Fools pranks. We already displayed you thecream of the crop on 8-bit Google Maps, but Google as well has a goodone specifically for mobile on Gmail Tap.
Seeming, keyboards and voice dictationare only not the best alternative for rapid and simple text input ona mobile device thus Google has engaged the help of software engineerReed Morse, relative of Morse Code inventor Samuel F. B. Morse.Instead of including to apply an unwieldy 26 keys on a QWERTYkeyboard to tap out our messages, we merely require two: a dot and adash.
As absurd as the idea may be, it surelywould make no-look messaging a bit easier, rendered you could learnMorse Code of course. And, of course Morse Code is an internationallanguage, thus this could have been created available worldwide rightaway. This gag product would have been made available to Android andiOS if it were real. Interesting that Windows Phone got left out ofthe joke.