Google launched a keyboard app for Android named Gboard, and this app is so much popular with millions around the world. According to Android Police, the app has a redesign, and beta testers have already got to see where the changes are.
The app has a revamped toolbar improvement that will allow users to customize the appearance. Also, the voice search button can finally be removed.
There’s a circle with an arrow that can open and close in four customizable features. The button will redesign the four squares, and the three-dot menu is going away, so users can have more space and one space for a shortcut. Google promises to roll out more room for more customizations to arrive in the future. When six circles take up all the place, we will have rectangles.
Google is now offering a new Privacy menu within Gboard’s settings. More features are placed on the Advanced menu, including control; the privacy features are now available under a new tab. The Beta Program is available on Google Play, and the latest version is 12.6.06.491625702.