Android 12’s customization feature makes it more exciting. This is how we can better understand Google’s new “Material You” design. This beta shows what’s happening at Googleboard. The keyboard will respond to your background image, for example.
Gboard now supports Material You with Android 12 beta 3. The design of the Google keyboard has been changed by this update. The keyboard app now supports “dynamic color”, which adapts the design to the background of your image.
Android 12 also has a new font. This font is known as “Google Sans”. The following screenshot shows you a comparison of the Gboard for Android 12 with the current version for Android 11. You can clearly see the difference in the subject and font. You can see the difference in the subject when you look at “Q” or “G”.
Other controls are also more prominent on the Gboard. You will notice that the Gboard now has additional controls, including the “?” key. You should also consider those that offer additional options at the touch of a button, such as the “123” key, the options bar in the top bar, or the key to send messages. Gboard is “more alive” and I don’t think that I am making any mistakes.
You may have noticed that the Google Keyboard does not offer the same customization options for devices running Android 11 and lower. This is because it is an exclusive feature only available to Gboard on Android 12. So far, so good.