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Samsung supports 3rd-party camera app devs better than Google

As it turns out, Google’s Pixel phones don’t provide as good of support for third-party camera software developers as Samsung’s flagship phones, such the Galaxy S22. The CameraX Jetpack library is not supported on Google and other Android OEMs’ smartphones, despite Google encouraging camera app developers to utilise it. @Wander1236 recently brought attention to this …

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Google Brings Updates to its Password Manager Across All Platforms

With changes, Google has upgraded its password manager, making it simpler to use on all devices, including iOS, Android, and Chrome. With this move, customers will have a solid substitute for password managers from outside companies like 1Password and LastPass. View the specifics right here! Google Password Manager New Features Recently, Google published a formal …

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List of Xiaomi, Redmi, Poco phones to get Android 13 leaked: Check if your phone is in the list

A leaked list indicates Xiaomi, Redmi, and Poco phones that will receive the next-generation Android upgrade soon, ahead of the official announcement. Check out the list below. On May 11, Google will host its I/O 2022 event. A number of announcements are planned from the Cupertino-based tech behemoth, including Android 13, Google Pixel 6a, and …

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Material Symbols is Google’s new library of modern icons

Software developers can include common icons into their apps, websites, and web apps in a variety of ways. Google’s Material Icons collection has been a popular option for years, especially for anything made to appear like Material Design, and now Google has refreshed the collection. Over 2,500 icons are included in the new Material Symbols …

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Google to kill call-recording apps on Play Store on May 11

Google disabled call recording by default starting with Android 10, and on May 11, the company will apply new Google Play Store standards prohibiting third-party apps from accessing the Accessibility API to record the call audio stream. Because call recording rules vary widely around the world, those adjustments are geared toward increased privacy and security. …

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Google Rolls Out Emergency Update for Chrome Users; Here’s Why You Should Update Now!

Following a warning from India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), which is part of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Google has provided an emergency update for its Chrome browser (MeitY). Five severe vulnerabilities in the web browser were noted in the alert, all of which might expose users’ sensitive information to hackers. The …

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Google to Officially Bring Android Games to Windows PCs in 2022

For Android gamers, Google has some good news. The business has revealed that Android games would be officially available on Windows next year. Google announced at The Game Awards that it will make it easier for players to play Android games on any platform, including a Windows laptop, tablet, or PC. Android Games Coming To …

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Google Photos Locked Folder Feature Now Reaching Non-Pixel Phones

The Locked Folder feature in Google Photos was recently released, allowing users to lock their personal photographs or videos with a PIN or biometrics, ensuring their privacy. However, at the time of launch, the feature was only available to Pixel phone users. It turns out that it’s currently being rolled out to other Android phones. …

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