Gboard Gets New “Resize” Option For Customize Keyboard

Recently Google has rolled out a beta update for its Gboard. It keeps trying its best to give the latest and modern features and facilities to every single function of smartphones to win the race. For which it is continuously providing updates.

As the news was spreading earlier, Google is preparing to present something great for Gboard. And at the moment of time, it has finally released its beta for more ways and facilities to customise Goboard with the option of “Resize” for Android.

In this latest beta update, the “Resize” is a kind of toolbar option which will provide the potential to the users. Tapping on this option will directly take them to a UI that will allow them to make Gboard taller or shorter. Now the users excluding Extra-short, Short, Mid-short, Normal, Mid-tall, Tall, and Extra- tall options have many more functional management facilities to adjust their keyboard. 

 Additionally, now the users are also eligible to adjust the width of at least a third of the screen or three-quarters, and many more just as a phone layout. On the other hand, if, as per convenience if someone is not taking over all the space even after being available, then he can move the keyboard. After dragging it up, the empty space will appear below the last row or spacebar. 

And once the users are done, they can hit the checkmark and also quickly reset it back to their original keyboard size. However, this function is just different from the others, like the Floating keyboard or One-handed mode, but there is a presence of some similar options. The noticeable point is that in Resize, the users do not have an extra button column to switch.

Moreover, for now, this Resize came up with its own identification build version, which is 13.2.05.x, and now it is only available for some beta users of both Android phones and tablets. It is also expected that it will soon be available for all devices and users as well. 



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