Android: Google is rolling out an update for Google Keyboard from today that includes a new one-handed typing mode alongside a handful of other new features. The new one-handed mode is accessible with a long-press of the comma key. Once it's enabled, it crams the keyboard further to the right or left side of the screen to make it easier to reach all the keys. The gesture typing menu also sees some improvements with a bar filled with the dynamic suggests. You can select between five different keyboard heights to scale it to your needs. Google's rolling out the update slowly, but Android Police has the APK if you want to check it out right away.
Google Keyboard Now Has A One-Handed Mode
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