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Gboard prepares more stuff for you: the shortcut bar

Gboard prepares more stuff for you: the shortcut bar

Last August, Google Spread a Dealing material for you Thrives to Gboard for Android, and a few more are now coming to the keyboard, including the shortcut bar.

About APK Insight: In this “APK Insight” article, we have unpacked the latest version of the app that Google uploaded to the Play Store. When we decompile these files (called APK files, in the case of Android apps), we can see different lines of code in this hint at possible future features. Keep in mind that Google may or may not provide these features, and our interpretation of them may be flawed. We’ll try to activate the ones that are about to be completed, though, to show you what they’ll look like if they’re shipped. With that in mind, keep reading.

Currently, clicking on the chevron-shaped icon in the upper left corner pulls up several tools, layouts, and shortcuts. Today’s menu includes: Settings, Theme, Edit Text, Clipboard, GIF, Floating, One-handed, Translate, Share, and Sticker. There is, too Split keyboard on folding (but not tablets).

Gboard 12.1 goes live on the beta channel today and reveals work on a material that redesigns this tape RKBDI Friend It has been successfully activated. The corner button is still a circle but now uses a 3×3 grid icon.

Meanwhile, shortcuts (or “hotspot” elements as they are called) are now placed in rounded rectangles that look very similar Material Chips You (MD3). Not much different from the Assistant’s Voice Input user interface on Pixel phones (shown in the cover photo above). The background of each element is lighter than the keyboard, which is more visible in the colorful themes.

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You can now have an additional shortcut to a total of five in the bar, although Gboard is working on the ability to let users customize the number of displays if they really only need one or two displays. However, the new cap is because Gboard removes the three dots/excess to the right and uses the existing corner button for input.

Google has redesigned this view with a tighter grid that is no longer centered. It makes it easy to add more functionality in the future, while the text editing layout gets texture that you update with rounded corners for each button.

Another article you update is about settings. The main menu is growing, while MD3 switches are now used everywhere.

It’s not clear when Gboard will widely roll out the Material Bar and other design changes.

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