Gboard – the google keyboard. The most recent update for Google Gboard Beta presents an intriguing new element that is tragically not going to last long. Not in its present frame in any case. The most recent beta update for Gboard includes a “floating” feature to Google’s mainstream keyboard application. The capacity to switch it on is likely a developer oversight, however, as it works for just two or three minutes previously Gboard to returns to its default “docked” mode.
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To enable floating mode in Gboard you need to just tap the arrow icon at the top left. At that point tap on the three-spot menu and select “Floating”, To move the keyboard around the screen and resize it this will enable to “handle” the bottom. This could be particularly valuable on tablets and phones for the one-handed mode.
Keep in mind Before enabling floating mode that some users report that the feature works for only a couple of minutes after that it switching off on its own. This is likely because the feature is still being tested internally, as Android Police notes, and will probably go live in the coming weeks.
To experiment with the new component, you need to sign up for the Google Gboard Beta program and download the most recent version from Google Play Store. If you don’t want the floating keyboard to disappear, you can essentially turn off Wi-Fi and your portable information in the wake of applying the refresh. At that point, you can try out the new element before re-enabling data and it vanishes.
All though I like Swift Keyboard more than Google Gboard. I think Swift Keyboard has more attractive features than Google Gboard & it’s really awesome and great for use.
Which keyboard you used in your daily life, let me know in the comment section.