Google recently revealed new features for Android devices. This enables you to bring the information in a faster way out there and secure your device. Learning to read, is a feature in Google Play Books, now referred to as Reading Practice. While one can find Reading Practice on Children’s ebooks marked with a “practice” badge in the Google Play Books app. It will read aloud certain tough to pronounce and unknown words. Also, going through this book need to say the word and get feedback in real-time. For the widget fans out there, Google is summing up new widgets for Android phones as well as tablets. This enables you to track your stocks through Google Finance and view headlines from Google News.
Simultaneously it provides recommendations for movies and TV shows from Google TV. Therefore, in order to install a widget on your respective Android device, you need to long-press on an empty space of your home screen, next tap Widgets, search for the one you need, and then add it to your home screen.
Soon users will be able to press play on their Wear OS-powered watch as well as hear Spotify’s DJ “spin” your favorite music. Additionally, it enables you to play episodes of liked podcasts.
Comes to Wear OS smartwatches, then the always-use Google Keep app is there for your wrist with Google Keep for Wear OS. It requires you to swipe through your tiles until you come to a shopping list or anything else. Emoji Kitchen is another means to enjoy that mixes up two distinct emoji to create a weird-looking new sticker.
Several Android users with Google Accounts in the U.S. can now go for the Google One website or app. This is to see whether their email address has been exposed to the dark web or not. Google will advise simultaneously if it is found there.
Google says that “Google One members in the U.S. are able to scan for additional personal information, such as their social security number. Access will also expand to more than 20 countries in the coming months.”