Google Says Gboard for Android Now Supports Over 500 Language Varieties, Google Photos Expands Private Album Limit to 20,000

Gboard and Google Photos have made headlines again this week. Google has announced that Gboard for Android now supports more than 500 language varieties. In the meanwhile, Google has also increased the limit of uploads to private albums. To recall, Google launched the virtual keyboard on Android in 2016 with support for nearly 100 different
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WhatsApp has upgraded its multi-share feature on Android with the ability to preview the text you share with two or more contacts from third-party apps. The new development works similar to how the instant messaging app started previewing a message or media you forward to two or more chats. It is initially available for WhatsApp
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UC Browser has been updated to version 12.9.7. The update brings a redesigned UI to provide users with the option to set festival themes on the homepage. There is also a dedicated video section that lists a bunch of short videos which can be shared via WhatsApp Status. The updated UC Browser is also touted
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Digital Wellbeing app, which Google unveiled under the Digital Wellbeing initiative back in May to help users curb their device addiction, is now out of beta. The stable version of the Digital Wellbeing app is available for free download for all Google Pixel and Android One devices with Android 9.0 Pie. With the latest move,
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Google is rolling out the ability to initiate manual backups to Google Drive – that does not need the usually recommended Wi-Fi – on Android devices including older ones. There doesn’t appear to be a specified limit for the Android version that is receiving the feature. We were able to spot the feature on both
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At the Android Developer Summit, Google announced a lot of interesting things like pushing Generic System Image (GSI) to the general public, hinting at the availability of Android Q for all developers earlier than usual, without the need for emulators or specific hardware. This means that developers may be able to test out Android Q
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Android 9 Pie stable version was released in August, and has since rolled out to the Pixel family of devices, with other partnered OEMs promising to roll it out soon. Fitbitusers are reporting that their units are failing to sync with smartphones that run on Android Pie. Fitbit acknowledged this issue two months ago, and has since released
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Just over two years after leaving Google, Andy Rubin is preparing to take on the smartphone industry he helped create. Rubin, creator of the Android operating system, is planning to marry his background in software with artificial intelligence in a risky business: consumer hardware. Armed with about a 40-person team, filled with recruits from Apple
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Last month at the employer’s developer-centered conference Google I/O, the hunt large took it upon itself to take Android enthusiasts on a solely-for-leisure-functions experience by means of asking them for call guidelines for its most up-to-date model of the mobile OS, Android N. That contest, so to talk, changed into presupposed to ultimate until June
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Bitdefender Mobile Securityis one of the most powerful and effective mobile security solutions. It deploys cloud scanning technology to protect your Android handheld devices. It has the very latest virus detection software tools as well. The best part is that it doesn’t interfere with your mobile performance and even doesn’t hamper the battery life. Detailed
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