Android 13: Pixel Launcher adds Play Store search, Gboard adds Flick input sensitivity

Android recently upgraded to Android 13, as custom introduced so many new features and availability for users. We will be going to picturise details regarding the two arresting concepts with the tweak in the same article. At the bottom of your Pixel’s home screen and the one that appears at the top of the app drawer, Google indulges the search bar. It’s now the same experience with both fields allowing you to search the web, applications, app shortcuts, and contacts.

Android 13 - Pixel Launcher adds Play Store search (1)

Also, the new version of the operating system has currently introduced Gboard via a setting called “Flick input sensitivity” for Japanese users. It is even not swipe/glide typing. In Gboard settings, going to “Preferences” reveals the new “Flick input sensitivity” option at the very bottom. This setting will help users to set a “Sensitivity level for sliding input” with five increments-low, mid-low, normal, mid-high, and high.

As the new Android 13 version arrived these are two major what output by it and has more productivity than ever before like whence you fail with certain search results, Pixel Launcher let quickly search for yourself and open YouTube, Maps, and the Play Store in addition to Google (Search) and the Settings app. Google is still working up various capabilities before the consumer launch.

Pixel Launcher is the home screen experience for the Pixel and Pixel XL phones by Google. Personalized information from Google is just a swipe away. It will be probably the best example of a modern launcher

Key features:

  • Swipe right from your home screen to see personalized Google cards that bring you news and personalized information, at just the right time.
  • Finding an app name that isn’t installed on your phone can bring up inline results from Google Play that note the rating and developer name.
  • A tap can show Several apps opening the listing directly.

Gboard via a setting called “Flick input sensitivity”

Gboard via a setting called “Flick input sensitivity is something that is a concern that confirmed under the hood that this control is not for swipe typing. (Additionally, there’s no difference when gliding between the five levels.)

Preferably, Gboard would be wise to just show that preference toggle if a supported language has been added. The wide appearance might just be during the beta and change ahead of a stable launch.
It is being founded that the Flick input sensitivity setting rolled out with version Which is the current beta, of Gboard. It’s live on Pixel and Samsung devices we checked running Android 11 and newer today.

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