Washington: The American tech giant Google has announced several new features that will be available for Android this month. These consist of upgrades for Gboard, emojis, and a new accessibility function, among other things.
Along with these, Google Meet, Wear OS, and Nearby Share are also receiving some attention, according to GSM Arena. With the new “emojify” feature coming to Gboard, users will be able to rapidly add emojis to messages after they have been written.
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Users of Google Meet can now view videos and play games in group video chats thanks to a new live sharing feature. They may now pick which members of a Google Meet call they want to pin. These are currently in progress, according to GSM Arena. An opt-in option will be available for Nearby Share “in the coming weeks.”
By doing this, users will be able to share material from their Google account to adjacent devices even while the screen is off and without a notification.
Additionally, Google Apps will have bigger widgets that are designed for Android tablets. For those who are blind or deaf, Android now has additional accessibility capabilities. One of these is referred to as Custom Sound Notifications, and when it is turned on, it detects particular noises and informs the user by vibrating, flashing a light, or receiving a Wear OS notice. According to GSM Arena, Wear OS (topic/wear-os) has received new Bitmoji watch faces and a new Google Keep tile that makes it simpler to instantly dictate a note or view your previous notes.
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