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How To – Use One-Handed mode Feature Of Google Keyboard on Android device

Google recently (maybe a month ago) rolled out a new update for their Google keyboard app on Android devices. The update was precisely focused on perfection of the usage of Keyboard on the phone who’s screen size is more than 5 inches. It’s very hard to type fast on the phone which has bigger screen and even handle typing with one hand. Google is attentive of this issue and presented a solution on it via update.

The last update brings the one-handed mode functionality to the Google Keyboard. By using that you can move your keyboard to left or right hand side according to you which suites you seamlessly. So in this tutorial we will let you know how to use the One handed feature of google Keyboard.

Step by Step Tutorial:

1. Most of the android phones, already have Google Keyboard. In case if you don’t have you may download it from following link and install it.

Gboard - the Google Keyboard
Gboard - the Google Keyboard
Developer: Google LLC
Price: Free

2. So when the keyboard is dynamic, long press the comma key to get the keyboard on left hand side.
3. And if you want on it on Right-hand side then long pressing on emoji key will take it to right.

Once if you do this, you will notice that the keys which are far from your thumb (in regular mode) are now accessible easily with your thumb. And now you can fast type with that.

Do our readers use the one-handed feature in Google Keyboard, let us know in comment section below.

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