Google Apps News
Individuals using smartphones running Android 2.3 aka Gingerbread or older will no longer be able to access Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps on their devices.
For the users facing the issue, Google suggests that they should use the desktop interface until the issue is fixed.
As per Google, PWAs are responsive as they fit any form factor, be it a desktop, mobile, or tablet.
Google Workspace brings add-ons to Docs, Sheets and Slides to allow users get third party apps access
To use the latest add-ons, admins will need to select which applications their users will be able to install from the Google Workspace Marketplace.
Users with Android as well as iOS devices will be able to write any task on a certain date and select the correct time frame.
Since Google made Meet free for all users, it has reportedly been mulling merging Duo and Meet as the one and only video calling service.
Google Maps rolls out easier access to Plus Code feature for Android users to quickly share location during emergency
Plus Codes are simple, easy to use digital addresses derived from latitude and longitude coordinates.
The app helps users connect to the community to get information and reliable insight into what's happening in their neighbourhood.
The three apps rolled out by Google are — Activity Bubbles, Envelope and Screen Stopwatch.
The Google Play Store's "App of the Year" title has been given to Video editor- Glitch Video Effects by the users.
While Google has not given a statement as to why these apps were taken down, a spokesperson has said that iHandy is currently under investigation
Huawei’s new camera-centric smartphones will make use of Huawei Mobile Services instead.
Huawei Mate 30 series will support the open-source version of Android 10, but not Google apps
The dark mode is not entirely black, instead, it has shades of grey so that it won't strain eyes.
These spyware apps were available on Play Store and could be used to track people without any indication.
Users will be able to adjust the colours, corners and orientation of the images of documents.
Some of these apps also ask for payments to get rid of ads, and dialer access to users.
The Family Link app can help parents set some digital ground rules for their kids.
Penalties levied against vendors who fail to meet the contract requirements are yet to be known.
Some users even lost a shocking 19 GB of data due to this Google News app bug.