Google introduces new features to Android phones, including remixed emojis
Delhi : A number of new features that will soon be available for Android smartphones and smartwatches running WearOS have been unveiled by Google. Google has released seven new features altogether. Here are some of the more significant ones:
Android phones' "remixed" emojis
Emoji kitchen, available for Android phones, enables users to remix emoticons into stickers using Gboard. Users may now send emoji combinations with an aquatic theme to their friends and family.
Lookup Gmail address on the dark web
Now, users in the US may check to see whether their Gmail address has been made public on the dark web by running scans. Additionally, students will be given instructions on how to be safe online. Additionally, Google has stated that in the upcoming months, this capability will be made available in 20 additional nations.
Shortcut for Spotify on WearOS watches
Now that Spotify shortcut is available, WearOS watch owners may play music directly from their wrist.
Widgets for news, television, and more
Google is launching three new widgets that will enable users to see information quickly on their smartphones and tablets, giving Android users access to three new widgets. Google stated in a blog post that users may "quickly find personalised movie and TV show suggestions with Google TV, track selected stocks with Google Finance, and enjoy headlines curated daily from Google News."
An updated Google Play Books feature
Users of Google Play Books have access to Reading practise, which, according to Google, "uses thousands of children's ebooks that are compatible to help new readers improve vocabulary and comprehension skills using their Android phones and tablets."
The majority of these features will be released over the next few weeks. Remember that the Gmail dark web functionality is now only accessible in the US. When the functionality will be made available to users in India is unknown.