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Gboard beta update includes new incognito mode

15 Juillet 2017

The mode's name is derived from the Incognito Mode found on Chrome, giving users an option that has greater privacy for some sensitive communications. 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.

A new version of Google's Gboard is rolling out today to the beta channel with one interesting feature in tow and plenty of small interface tweaks.

Starting with Gboard's incognito mode, the feature will not remember any words and, as such, will not store those words in Gboard's history. Currently, this feature only appears to be working with Chrome, but it could branch out to other areas sometime in the future.

For example, the design of the Theme page of the app's settings has been changed.

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

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. 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. The new icons do look slightly cleaner though.

Version 6.4 is now available via the Play Store for those enrolled in the beta program. Assuming you are part of this beta program and you have downloaded the beta, you can test the new keyboard feature yourself by opening an incognito tab in Chrome on your Android handset.

Gboard beta update includes new incognito mode