New to Gboard for Android is a new text editing mode with buttons. With it, you can easily control the cursor and the ability to select text, cut, copy, and paste. You can access this mode by tapping the G button or arrow in the suggestion strip.
Gboard for Android is also gaining support for resizing and repositioning the keyboard. Tap the G button or arrow in the suggestion strip to get to the quick features menu and then click More (three dots), then tap the one-handed mode button and you’ll be able to adjust the size and position of the keyboard.
Finally, Google is adding support for more than 20 new languages to Gboard for Android. They are:
Assamese, Bengali, Bodo (Devanagari, Bengali), Dogri (Devanagari, Arabic), Gujarati, Hindi (Devanagari, Hinglish), Kannada, Kashmiri (Devanagari, Arabic), Konkani (Devanagari, Latin), Maithili (Devanagari), Malayalam, Manipuri (Bengali), Marathi (Devanagari), Nepali (Devanagari), Odia, Punjabi (Gurmukhi, Arabic), Sanskrit (Devanagari), Santali (Ol chiki, Latin), Sindhi (Devanagari, Arabic), Tamil, Telugu, Urdu (Arabic), Kinyarwanda, Waray
All of these new features are now rolling out to Gboard for Android users. Keep an eye out for this update in the coming days.