Gboard's Incognito Mode arrives for Nougat and Marshmallow

Eloi Lecerf
Julho 15, 2017

There doesn't appear to be a way to access Incognito anywhere besides in Chrome. This update will give users who are still using the Android Marshmallow and Nougat-equipped devices to make use of Gboard's incognito mode on their devices.

If you open a new Incognito tab from within Chrome, Gboard will automatically adapt and show an Incognito Mode background behind its keys.

If you've ever found yourself accidentally deleting a bunch of text you weren't supposed to while writing a note in Google Keep (thanks, Gboard!), you'll know immediately just how great the following piece of news is: the Android version of the app has finally added undo/redo functionality. Interestingly, Gboard's incognito mode seems to only work in Chrome, with no indication as to whether the feature will be usable in other apps.

"Je me suis senti beaucoup mieux" — Froome
Depuis, le "Kenyan Blanc" a pris le pouvoir dans la formation britannique mais ses équipiers semblent de plus en plus costauds. Ce n'était pas l'objectif mais il aurait pu flirter avec le maillot jaune, et cela pourrait arriver dans les prochains jours.

Moreover, Google has added a GIF option right below the keyboard's search field.

Version 6.4 happens to include another minor redesign of the Theme page in settings. Instead, the theme page is displayed as a grid, with the "Show more" option for all sections expanding them rather than taking you to a different page.

Google has been tinkering with more functions in the Gboard toolbar and this version has one new shortcut that you can add and organize: a GIF button. The new icons do look slightly cleaner though. Beta testers can download the latest build from the Play Store here. If your device is already running the beta program, you can check out the new features of the Gboard.

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